Al-Ahly Moroccan striker, Walid Azarro, was included in the list after he missed Al-Ahly recent clashes for injury.
Al-Ahly won their first official game under their new manager, Patrice Carteron, who succeeded the sacked, Hossam el-Badry.
Hossam el-Badry granted some of the reserve players the chance to prove their abilities during the game, as Al-Ahly has already clinched the title since March.
Al-Ahly manager Hossam el-Badry substituted Salah Mohsen with Marwan Mohsen 10 minutes into the second half.
Azarro, 22, shined with Al-Ahly this season, scoring 16 goals to be the Egyptian League top goal scorer.
Al-Ahly winger Ahmed Hamoudi received a penalty and provided two assists to lead his team to defeat Al-Nasr 5-0 in the Egyptian League on Monday night.
Azarro scored 14 goals in the league this season, becoming the league’s top goal scorer.
Al Ahly has won a record of eight CAF Champions League titles but they failed to win the title since 2013.
Everyone expected an easy game for Al-Ahly after the second goal, but Arab Contractors had another opinion.
Azaro was Al-Ahly fans’ hero against Al-Masry when he took the ball from Al-Masry goalkeeper Ahmed Masoud to score Al-Ahly’s winning goal.
Al Ahly players continued their amazing week by winning the Egyptian Super Cup, they also defeated their local rivals, Zamalek 3-0 in the Cairo Derby on Monday.
Zakaria opened the score for the Reds only two minutes from the start, after receiving a fantastic pass from Soliman.
Al-Ahly continued their amazing run in the Egyptian League, defeating Enppi 4-1 on Saturday night.