Bamlak Tessema designated to officiate Zamalek’s game against Zesco

Bamlak Tessema designated to officiate Zamalek’s game against Zesco
Bamlak Tessema designated to officiate Zamalek’s game against Zesco

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The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have announced that Ethiopian match official Bamlak Tessema is set to take over Zamalek’s home encounter against Zambia’s Zesco United on Friday in the Champions League group stages.

Zamalek had already faced Zesco away when they earned a valuable point away from following a 1-1 draw with the Zambian champions in the third round.

The draw kept Zamalek second with four points, three behind leaders TP Mazembe, and two ahead of 1º de Agosto, while ZESCO remain bottom with two points.

The White Castle host Zesco in the fourth round of the group stages on Friday.

CAF stated that Tessema will direct the match between Zamalek and Zesco in Cairo.

The 39-year-old referee is considered to be a good omen on the Whites as he officiated Zamalek’s clash against RS Berkane in the 2019 Confederation Cup final which saw Zamalek triumph the title for the first time in their history.

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