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Jensh suffered a "tear" of 2 cm in the back, and Zamalek missed the summit

Medical examinations revealed that Mahmoud Abdel-Rahim Jensh, the goalkeeper of Zamalek, had a tear of 2 cm in the back, which caused his absence from the last Pyramids match, in the Premier League, which ended in a positive tie with a goal for each team.

The technical staff of the Zamalek team, led by French Patrice Carteron, decided to exclude Jensh in the last minutes from the final list, for the Pyramids match, and his absence from the team was confirmed in the next two matches between Smouha and Al-Ahly.

A source in Zamalek revealed that Jensh had undergone a medical examination and had x-rays confirmed that he had a torn back and needed a period of treatment, and therefore he would not be in his team's lineup during the coming period.

Awad took charge of guarding Zamalek's den in the face of Pyramids, and Jensh did not sit on the bench until after he underwent a medical test to ensure that he could be used at any time during the course of the meeting.

Mohamed Awad became the first candidate to guard his team's den in the face of Smouha in the match scheduled for next Thursday at Cairo International Stadium, within the competitions of the twentieth week of the life of the Premier League competition.

Mohamed Awad appeared at a good level during the Pyramids confrontation, which prompted the French coach, Patrice Carteron, to praise the level of the goalkeeper, who stayed away from participating for a long time, but he presented a good level with the first opportunity he gets.

Carteron confirmed that Mohamed Awad's chances of continuing to guard the team's goal in the face of Smouha are great, especially in light of the absence of Muhammad Abu Jabal due to his infection with the Corona virus, and the lack of readiness of Mahmoud Abdel-Rahim Jensh, who suffers from lower back pain, in addition to Awwad's eligibility for a full opportunity.