CAIRO –16 February 2018: Zamalek's Tunisian midfielder, Ferjany Sassi, assured that his team didn't achieve anything yet although the amazing performance during this season.
"We have many difficult upcoming matches, and we will deal with all the matches as if it's a knockout game; we must win," Ferjani Sassi spoke to Al Zamalek Al Youm program.
"Pyramids' game was the most interesting for the fans, and for us players too, it was full of goals, but the referee mistakes made the difference, we lost two points," Ferjani added.
Zamalek met Pyramids in the Egyptian league in a tough game which ended by a 3-3 draw.
"The Egyptian league is a tough league; all the games are difficult. It's a pleasure to play here and I thank Zamalek's fans for their massive support," Ferjani concluded.
Sassi featured with Tunisia in the 2018 World Cup and scored one goal against England from the penalty spot.
The 26-years-old was a player at Esperance du Tunis before he joined the Saudi club, Al-Nasr last season.
Zamalek are top of the standings with 48 points after 19 games, three points behind second-placed Pyramids, who played 22 games.
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