Mohamed Abu Al-Ela, the former star of Zamalek, warned the white team against the continued bleeding of points in the league competition, explaining that the league will be decided by small confrontations that the team may underestimate.
Abu Al-Ela said in televised statements on the Zamalekawi program on the Zamalek satellite channel: “Zamalek should not be sad about a draw with a large team the size of Pyramids, but at the same time the focus should be on small confrontations in which the team wastes points.”
The former Zamalek star explained: “We have a clear problem, which is receiving goals with great naivety. We have played 19 games so far, the first 15 meetings of them have conceded 6 goals, and in the last 4 games only we received the same balance of goals, which means there is a clear defensive defect.”
Zamalek and Pyramids tied for each team in the match that brought them together yesterday, Sunday, in the 19th round of the League. Pyramids advanced with a goal scored by Abdullah Al-Saeed, the Pyramids player, in the 39th minute, and Bin Sharqi tied in the 95th minute of the match.
With this result, Zamalek tops the league table with 41 points, after playing 19 games, winning 12 games, tying in 5 matches, losing two games, and its players scored 33 goals and scored 12 goals..
Pyramids ranks third with 31 points, after playing 19 games, winning 7 games, drawing 10 matches, losing two matches, and its players scored 26 goals and scored 18 goals.