Egyptian Football News
Marcel Koller: Mohamed Abdelmonem injured me during goal celebration
al ahly head coach Marcel Koller expressed his delight after their late victory over us monastir on Sunday.
Marcel Koller's Al ahly era got off to a winning start on Sunday as they managed to beat US Monastir in dramatic fashion.
The Red Devils left it late as mohamed abdelmonem's towering header in the 93rd minute secured an important victory for his side in the first leg of the CAF champions League's second preliminary round.
Both sides will meet again in Cairo for the return leg of the second round as the encounter will take place on Saturday, October 15th.
Speaking after the game, Koller expressed his delight with the victory and revealed that Abdelmonem might have injured him during his goal celebration.
“We played a great match and followed my instructions to a great extent,” Koller said after the game.
“It was a tough game against a difficult opponent and in front of their fans. But we are constantly improving and with more work, we will be able to play at the required level.
“Mohamed Abdelmonem celebrated like crazy after scoring to the point where he hit me in the foot, and I would have liked to give him a yellow card for that,” he added.
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