Al Hilal protest against Al Ahly clash match official

Al Hilal protest against Al Ahly clash match official
Al Hilal protest against Al Ahly clash match official

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Sudanese giants Al Hilal have issued an official statement expressing their irritation from the appointment of Moroccan Radwan Jaid to take over their decisive match against Al Ahly in CAF Champions League.

Al Ahly defeated Etoile Du Sahel 1-0 in the CAF Champions League group stages thanks to a goal from Junior Ajayi in the first half.

The Red Devils now lead Group B with 10 points after five rounds followed by Al Hilal with nine points, along with Etoile du Sahel with the same points tally. Al Ahly and Al Hilal will face off in a crucial fixture on Saturday, February 1 in Sudan to decide who is getting out of the group.

“Al Ahly board express its resentment for the complete ignorance shown by CAF towards Al Hilal by appointing Moroccan referee Radwan Jaid for the decisive game against Al Ahly in the group stages final round,” Al Hilal wrote in a statement.

“Al Hilal express it’s sorrow for this unjustified persistence on hiring this referee. It represents complete injustice. The club confirm that it has filed a complaint to CAF regarding the appointment of this referee.”

The Sudanese side said that Jaid Etoile du Sahel three penalties in their CAF Confederation Cup game last season.

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