Karim Bambu, Al-Ahly Bank player, explained the reason for the way he celebrated the goal he scored against Al-Ahly in the match that brought the two teams together at Al-Ahly and Al-Salam Stadium in the postponed meeting of the 25th round of the Egyptian League, which ended in a positive 1-1 draw.
Bambu said, during television statements to On Time Sports 1 channel, that he respects the Al-Ahly club, in which he grew up, stressing that he played for the Al-Ahly, Zamalek and Ismaili clubs and did not create any problem and did not enter into conflicts with the fans, continuing: “I do not think about harassing Al-Ahly fans and I apologize if I caused distress. for anyone”.
Bambu continued: “I only scored four goals and my colleagues told me when you would score, and when I scored, I pointed my hand to my colleagues and meant that the goal was from God. I did not run around the stadium or annoy anyone from Al-Ahly’s fans, and I never celebrated in front of the fans of any competitor.”
Pyramids tied with Al-Ahly Bank with a goal for the same in the match that brought the two teams together today, Monday, at the Air Defense Stadium, which was postponed from the 23rd round of the Egyptian Premier League.
Pyramids Abdullah Al-Saeed opened the scoring from a penalty kick in the “90 + 2” minute, before Karim Bambu equalized for Al Ahly Bank in the “90 + 4” minute, also from a penalty kick.
Al-Ahly Bank’s penalty kick witnessed Sherif Ekramy’s success in blocking Karim Bambou’s kick, but the match referee, Mahmoud Bassiouni, decided to return it because Ikrami left before paying the game, and Karim Bamboo managed to pay again to score the equalizing goal for Al-Ahly Bank.