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Club World Cup: Al-Ahly duo was isolated in Doha after shaking hands with Aboutrika and breaking the medical bubble

Hussein Al-Shahat and Mahmoud Kahraba, players of the first football team at Al-Ahly Club, performed a medical swab today, Tuesday, inside the team’s residence in Doha, and committed themselves to be in their room, in implementation of precautionary and preventive measures, following the request of the Organizing Committee for the Club World Cup that from Al-Ahly mission. The two players broke the medical bubble and shake hands with some fans after Bayern Munich match.

Al-Ahly is preparing to compete the Brazilian Palmeiras on Thursday, for the third-place match and the bronze medal, and Bayern Munich had achieved an easy victory over the Cairo team, with two goals, to qualify to the final match and face Tigres, Mexico.

Al-Ahly’s delegation received from the World Cup Organizing Committee a request to subject the duo, Kahraba, and Shahat, to a medical swab, after they spontaneously went yesterday to shake hands with the masses in the stands, after the end of the Bayern Munich match in the semi-finals of the Club World Cup.

Al-Shahat and Kahraba also shook hands with Mohammed Abu Trika, the former Al-Ahly star, who was present in the stands of Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium to support the team.

The result of the duo appears during the next few hours, as a state of reassurance prevails over the club’s mission at its residence about this matter, especially since all the fans present at the Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium yesterday, who attended the meeting, had a medical scan as a prerequisite for attending the match, and then things go Very well, in the midst of a strong commitment on the part of the Horn Club mission to the precautionary and preventive measures and the instructions of the organizing committee of the World Cup.

It is noteworthy that the Organizing Committee of the Club World Cup also remarked yesterday about the delay of Bayern Munich in staying in the stadium after its players performed warm-up operations before the match, and also the delay in leaving the stadium after the end of the match.

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