The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has approved the result of the first football team’s meeting with Al-Ahly Club and its Sudanese counterpart, Al-Hilal Sudanese, in a draw for each of them, in the sixth and final round of the group stage of the African Champions League, and thus the outcome of the match will be preserved and confirmed.
This came during the meeting of the African Union’s Disciplinary Committee today, Tuesday, after reviewing the match referee report, Radouane Gayed.
“CAF” also issued penalties against the Sudanese club, which consisted of banning him from playing with the attendance of the fans 4 games, in addition to fining him 100,000 dollars for his fans’ riots in the Al-Ahly match, including 50,000 dollars suspended, provided he was not convicted of committing a similar crime within one year.
“CAF” decided to suspend Hassan Mohamed, the Sudanese Crescent official, for five matches in the Club Confederation of African Clubs and a fine of 10,000 dollars.
The meeting of Al-Ahly and Al-Hilal ended in a positive tie (1/1) in the match that was held last Saturday, at the stadium «Blue Jewel», where Al-Ahly qualified for the quarter-finals of the tournament after the runner-up, accompanied by the coastal star leaders.
The Al-Hilal and Al-Ahly match witnessed riots after a number of fans descended on the pitch during the second half of the match, in protest against the arbitration decisions by Moroccan Radouane Gayed, the match referee.