Al Ahly's striker, Salah Mohsen, said his team is still not thinking about a super game against Zamalek.
Mohsen explained in the comments on the Sport channel: "I wish the new coach of Ahli Rene Feiler successful, I concentrate on training and work hard in my work".
"We are waiting for a very important match against Kano Sport in Equatorial Guinea in the African Champions League, so we are not thinking of facing Zamalek in the super."
Zamalek has set up an appointment with Al-Ahly's opponents in the Egyptian Super League on Friday 20 September, days after Saturday's African confrontation.
Ahli Salah Mohsen's striker believes that the second friendly against Saudi Arabia will be more difficult than the first one, which ended with Pharaoh's 4-1 victory.
"In every game, we are all focused on a man's heart," he said.
"We want to show fans that we are a strong and good team, able to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics and win the African Under 23 Cup."
"The difficulty is that the tournament will be played at home".
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