Egyptian police forces have arrested three people accused of being involved in the murder of Mahmoud Bayoumi at a coffee shop in Heliopolis on Monday.
Bayoumi, 24, was stabbed to death on Sunday following a violent argument with workers at Keif café, after the final African Cup of Nations match between Egypt and Cameron.
The three assailants confessed to their crime and were identified by police as Amr Mostafa, 30, a waiter; Abdel Raouf Mahmoud, 51 the coffee shop manager; and Osama el-Sayed, 49, Keif café owner.
The police also seized a metal object that was in the possession of Mostafa which was used to commit the crime, as well as a shirt that had traces of blood.
He died as soon as he was admitted to Cleopatra hospital, due to his critical condition.
Egypt Independent reached out to four witnesses on Monday, and they have all recounted the same scenario which led to Bayoumi's death.
Egyptian police forces have shut down the café where the crime took place, pending investigations.