Mohamed Osama, the doctor of Zamalek Club, reassured fans of the White Castle after Mahmoud Alaa was injured in a meeting with border guards.
The Zamalek doctor said: “Mahmoud Alaa was not badly injured.”
“We preferred not to risk the continuation of Mahmoud Alaa in the stadium,” he told reporters after the match.
“You do not need to worry, the injury is light and the player will participate in the Raja match normally.”
Mahmoud Alaa went out in the last minutes of the first half in a meeting with his team against the border guards.
Zamalek defeated Haras El Hodoud, 2-1, in the penultimate round of the league.
A very important victory for the White Knight in his struggle with Pyramids for second place, as well as before his trip to Morocco to face Moroccan Raja Casablanca.
Zamalek will be a guest to Raja on Sunday in the first leg of the CAF Champions League semi-finals in Morocco.