Ahmed El-Shennawy, the arbitration expert, confirmed that the Portuguese referee, Fabio Jose, was weak and did not appear at a good level during the Al-Ahly and Zamalek match in the local super, which was held in the Emirates, and Al-Ahly won it with two clean goals.
Ahmed El-Shennawy said in statements to On Time Sports: “The referee all his decisions are late, and he made mistakes that he should not commit, such as warning Ahmed Abdel Qader in the ball that demanded a penalty kick. His decision is correct that there is no penalty kick, but there is no representation in the player.”
Ahmed El-Shennawy continued: “Al-Ahly received a penalty kick that was not awarded, when Mohamed Abdel Ghani pushed Hamdi Fathi in the penalty area as he went up to play the ball, and it was surprising that the video technology did not intervene to return the referee and calculate the error on the Zamalek defender.”
Al-Ahly won 2-0 over Zamalek in the match that was held this evening at Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium in the United Arab Emirates to crown the Egyptian Super Cup for the 12th time in its history. Ali the competitor throughout the history of the two teams’ meetings in all tournaments.
Al-Ahly won 99 matches before, 47 wins in the General League, 16 wins in the Egypt Cup, one win in the Sultan Hussein Cup, 26 wins in the Cairo League, six wins in the African Champions League, and three times. A victory in the Egyptian Super Cup, before Al-Ahly reached the fourth victory in the Super Cup.