Badr Bannoun, Al-Ahly defender, wore the armband of the Lions.
Walid Azzaro, the former Al-Ahly striker, and the current Saudi agreement scored the Moroccan team’s double.
Hamid Haddad, the Zamalek wing, missed the match after leaving the camp due to an injury.
The news of Hamid Haddad’s injury while he was with the Moroccan national team and his exit from the camp was not a surprise to Zamalek.
As FilGoal.com learned, Haddad, before traveling to Morocco, took with him a medical report detailing the injury he suffered from a sprained ankle.
However, Haddad was forced to travel to Morocco to present himself to the team’s medical staff, at their request, to undergo further medical examinations.
This is in addition to his presence with his colleagues, as the local team is preparing to participate in the Arab Cup, which will be held next December.
If he was able to recover from his injury, he would have continued in the camp.
Haddad was injured in the match between Zamalek and Enppi, which the white team won by three goals to one.
He underwent a rehabilitation program since that time and before traveling to Morocco.
Haddad participated with Zamalek in 18 matches this season, during which he scored three goals and assisted two goals.