How I deliberately hit an opponent player?: Walid Soliman



Sun, 23 Aug 2020 - 09:03 GMT


Sun, 23 Aug 2020 - 09:03 GMT

CAIRO, 23 August 2020: Walid Soliman, Al-Ahly player, denied the accusations against him of causing the injury of Mohamed Abdel-Shafi, the Zamalek player.


Zamalek defeated Al-Ahly 3-1 in Cairo Stadium, in the 21st round of the Egyptian League.


Soliman said in his statements: "How they are saying that I deliberately hurt an opponent player in the match?!"


He explained, "It was a common clash, and the clash was a tough."


He concluded: "I am currently undergoing examinations in the hospital to determine the extent of my shoulder injury, as well."


Abdel Shafi suffered a fracture of his collarbone, which requires surgical fixation, and keeps him out of play for 6 to 8 weeks, according to Mohamed Osama, the Zamalek doctor.


Amir Mortada Mansour, the general supervisor of football in Zamalek, said: "Walid Soliman deliberately hit Abdel Shafi."


The White Knight's arrows were fired by Ahmed Sayed "Zizou", Mustafa Muhammad and Osama Faisal, in the minutes 13, 71 and 93.


While Al-Ahly's only goal came through Yasser Ibrahim in the 62nd minute.


Zamalek achieved their first victory over Al-Ahly in the league since 3 games, specifically when it defeated the red giant with a double from Kasongo and Ayman Hefni in the 2017-18 season.


Zamalek reached point 42 in second place, while Al-Ahly stuck at point 56 in the lead.





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