Al-Abyad’s participation in the 1989 African Champions League has its own scenes, because the white team bid farewell to the tournament from the 32nd round in this year’s Champions League version for the first time in its history, and this happened against the Sudanese Al-Mawrada team, despite the victory of Zamalek in the first match with two goals against a goal. Gamal Abdel Hamid and Nabil Mahmoud scored, before he played the second match in Sudan and withdrew before the end of the match in which he was late, with a goal that will lead him to bid farewell to the tournament, due to the decisions of the referee, who decided to expel Ibrahim Youssef and awarded a penalty kick.
After the players of Al-Mawrada and their fans attacked the Zamalek stars, the match did not complete, so the African Union adopted its result when it stopped 1-0 for the supplier, and Ashraf Qassem, the former Zamalek star, tells the scenes of that match, saying, “It was a very strange confrontation, Ibrahim Youssef had contact with the supplier player in the middle of the field to be surprised With a red card in his face, we all objected to start the clashes between the two teams.”
Ashraf Qassem added his account of the scenes of that match, saying, “The Sudanese public participated in the clashes and threw bricks and stones at us, then the security and our technical apparatus came into contact with us, so that some members of the Egyptian community hurried to get us out of the stadium, and the audience also rubbed us again when we got on the bus, so they rained bricks and stones on us, destroying the glass completely. But without injuries.