Alaa went to receive treatment off the pitch in time instead of lost in the first half of the match.
Zamalek will be a guest at Haras El Hodoud in the 32nd round of the League competition, and the first half ended with Al Hodood advancing with a goal without response.
Mahmoud Alaa was a key player after his absence from the Wadi Degla match in the team’s last match.
Zamalek’s coaching staff, led by Jaime Pacheco, pushed Mohamed Abdelghani instead of him between the two halves of the match.
Zamalek is preparing to face the Raja team next Sunday in Morocco, in the first leg of the CAF Champions League semi-final matches.