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Zamalek Club Grants EGP 100,000 Reward to Each Player on Football Team

Zamalek Club Grants EGP 100,000 Reward to Each Player on Football Team

El Zamalek players celebrate with the trophy after winning their Egyptian Cup finals derby soccer match against Al Ahly. (REUTERS)
El Zamalek players celebrate with the trophy after winning their Egyptian Cup finals derby soccer match against Al Ahly. (REUTERS)

The Zamalek Club’s board of directors has promised each football player on the team EGP 100,00 as a reward for their latest triumph over Al-Ahly in the Egypt Cup, state owned Al-Ahram reported.

On Monday, the match between Egypt’s top football teams, Al-Ahly and Zamalek, ended with Zamalek’s triumph with a score of 3-1, marking the fourth consecutive time Zamalek has won the Egypt Cup.

Zamalek fans celebrated the win until the early hours of Tuesday morning in the streets of Cairo and inside the club. Winning this title has regained the trust of Zamalek fans after the team has been through difficult times.

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