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PHOTO GALLERY: Ahly v. Zamalek


Egypt's Al Ahly players react after Egypt's Zamalek scored a goal (Reuters)
Egypt's Zamalek players react after Egypt's Al Ahly scored a goal (Reuters)
Barakat of Egypt's Al Ahly celebrates after scoring a goal against Egypt's Zamalek (Reuters)
Egypt's Zamalek players react after Egypt's Al Ahly scored a goal (Reuters)
Saad Samir of Egypt's Al Ahly (R) fights for the ball with Ahmed Gaafar of Egypt's Zamalek (Reuters)
Zamalek's Mohamed Ibrahim (2nd R) celebrates his goal against Egypt's Ahly (Reuters)
Sherif Abdel-Fadil of Egypt's Ahly (L) fights for the ball with Zamalek's Islam Awad (Reuters)
Mohamed Ibrahim of Egypt's Zamalek celebrates after scoring a goal against Egypt's Al Ahly (Reuters)
Zamalek's Ahmed Hassan (C) fights for the ball with Ahly's Abdallah El Said (L) (Reuters)
Egypt's Ahly coach Hossam El Badry (R) greets Brazilian Jorvan Viera, Zamalek coach (Reuters)
Egypt's Ahly players before their CAF match (Reuters)
Mohamed Barakat of Egypt's Ahly (C) celebrates his goal against Egypt's Zamalek (Reuters)
Egypt's Ahly (rear) and Zamalek observe a minute of silence for former Egyptian football coach
Sep
17

Egypt's Ahly and Zamalek in their CAF Champions League football match at Borg El Arab Army Stadium, west of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, 230 km (143 miles) north of Cairo

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