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Al-Ahly doctor reveals the position of Al-Ahly players’ injuries after the ES Setif match

Dr. Ahmed Abu Abla, Al-Ahly’s doctor, revealed the position of the injuries suffered by the players of the Red Team, Hilal, in their match against Algeria’s ES Setif, which brought them together on Saturday evening in the second leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League.

Al-Ahly’s doctor said, in statements to the club’s channel, that Yasser Ibrahim complained of a slight strain in the back muscle, and he will undergo tests in Al-Ahly’s first training after returning to Cairo, and he will take x-rays and the initial diagnosis is a minor injury and does not cause concern.

He added, “Alio Diang felt a slight pain in the knee and left the stadium before we reassured him and returned to the stadium to check on his condition, but the injury is also minor.”

He continued, “Amr Al-Soulia, we were traveling and we conducted an intensive preparation program for him and made great strides in rehabilitation and physiotherapy, and he was satisfied with the result he reached and the return of his participation in the ES Setif match was not decided by the medical system, but it will be ready from the coming period.”

Al-Ahly team qualified for the final of the African Champions League after drawing with Algeria’s ES Setif with two goals for each team in the match that brought them together on Saturday evening at the July 5th Stadium in the Algerian capital, in the second leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League.

Ahmed Abdel-Qader scored for Al-Ahly and scored for ES Setif Ahmed Al-Qandousi before Riyad Bin Ayyad added the second goal of the owners of the land, and Mohamed Sherif scored the equalizing goal for Al-Ahly, and with this result, Al-Ahly qualified for the final match of the African Champions League after winning the aggregate of the two matches 6/2, where he won in the The first leg was 4-0 and tied in the second leg in Algeria, 2/2.

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