A "badly scarred" Al Ahly are aiming to do Egypt proud at the Club World Cup, at the end of a year that saw more than 70 fans killed in one of football's deadliest stadium riots, their captain says.
A TV grab taken from Egyptian TV shows football fans rushing across the pitch during riots that erupted after a football match between Al Masry and Al Ahly in February. More than 70 fans were killed in one of football's deadliest riots.
The African champions will make an emotional return to the international stage Sunday when they play Sanfrecce Hiroshima for a place in the semi-finals of the showpiece event in Japan, 10 months after the Port Said Stadium tragedy.
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