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Do you exclude Shikabala in front of Tongith for punishment? Zamalek answers

Mahmoud Abdel-Razek Shikabala, the playmaker of Zamalek, was removed from his final team list for the Senegalese Tungith match, which was held yesterday evening, Tuesday, in the second round of the group stage in the African Champions League and ended in a goalless draw.

Shikabala's exit from the Zamalek list raised question marks, as some asserted that this was a punishment for the brown leopard by Pacheco, after signs of anger appeared on the player after he was replaced in the Ismaili league match.

An informed source inside Zamalek revealed the reason for excluding Shikabala from the Zamalek list in front of Tounjeth, stressing that the player complained about his feeling of fatigue before the match and notified the medical staff of this, which transferred the matter to the technical staff.

The source added that the medical staff saw the necessity to rest Shikabala so that he would not be injured in the Tungith match, especially after the events leading up to the match and the delay of the mission's arrival in Senegal, and the arrival approximately 24 hours after leaving Cairo, which increased the player's fatigue and made it difficult for him to participate in the meeting. .

The source stressed that Chikabala is not punished by Pacheco as some believe, and the player will participate in the upcoming matches normally, according to his physical condition and the technical vision of the technical staff, and there is no crisis between him and the Portuguese coach.

Zamalek fell into a negative draw, for the second consecutive match in the African Champions League, against Senegalese Tongeth, to occupy second place in the fourth group table, in sharing with Mouloudia Algeria with two points for each team after playing two rounds, while Tunisia's Esperance tops the group with 4 points and Tongit ranks last without Balance of points.

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