The tragedy at the stadium in Egypt, in PORD Said, became the pretext for another wave of protests against the ruling of the Supreme Council of Military Egypt. Prior to the interior ministry head quarters, near Tahrir square, gathered several thousand people who criticize the police action post-match, which was not able to cope with civil disturbances and to prevent the death of 74 persons. The protest proceeded quite rapidly, the crowd pushedtoward the policemen guarding the building and threw stones at them. The officersresponded with tear gas, dispersing the demonstration. Were injured over 400 people.
Protests are not limited only to Cairo, a large group also met at Suez, where tear gas was not enough. The police opened fire on the protesters, killing two people attempting tobreak into the police station.