Urgent decision from CAF regarding the events of the Al-Ahly and Al-Hilal Sudanese match


The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has decided to open an urgent investigation into the events of the match Sudanese Crescent AndAl-Ahly Which was held between them in Al-Jawhara Stadium in the context of the last round of the group stage competitions for the African Champions League.And saw Al-Hilal and Al-Ahly match Major riots after a number of fans were present on the field with the second half of the second game in protest against the arbitration decisions by Moroccan Radouane Gayed, the match referee.

Which led to the intervention of the Sudanese security, which succeeded in controlling the attempt to attack the referee of the match, which stopped for nearly 13 minutes due to these non-sporting events.

And CAF awaits the match observer report and the match referee, before an emergency session is held by the Organizing Committee for the African Champions League in order to take a number of strong decisions towards the Sudanese team in order to avoid repeating this in future matches of the tournament.

The match ended yesterday between Al-Ahly and the Sudanese Crescent With a positive tie for each of them, Al-Ahly managed to book a ticket to qualify for the quarter-finals of the African Champions League.

The quarter-finals of the CAF Champions League competitions include Al-Ahly, Congolese Mazembe, Tunisias Taraji, South African Sun Dans, ES Sahel, Zamalek, Moroccan Wadad and Moroccan Raja.


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