In pictures.. Mass riots postpone the start of the Al-Ahly and Esperance summit
The match between Al-Ahly of Egypt and Esperance of Tunisia witnessed riots that caused a delay in the start of the match scheduled for today at Rades Stadium in Tunisia in the first leg of the African Champions League semi-final, after Tunisian security fired tear gas bombs at the audience present at the stadium, after exceeding the allowed number, This caused Al-Ahly players to suffocate and leave the field during the warm-up, according to what was confirmed by the Al-Ahly club’s account on Twitter.
Al-Ahly club published pictures of confrontations between Tunisian security and a number of Esperance fans.
The Confederation of African Football announced on its Twitter account that the match had been officially postponed for an hour due to the riots.
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