There had been reports Zimbabwe's players could boycott the Group A encounter amid a pay dispute but that did not materialise.
Egypt defeated Zimbabwe 1-0 in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations opener in Group A on Friday evening.
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The Egyptians boasted 60 per cent ball possession, restricting Zimbabwe to their own half.
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As Zimbabwe struggled to develop any sort of rhythm with outstanding midfielder Khama Billiat contained, Salah again had a boisterous, largely red-clad crowd on their feet when he wriggled past his marker only to shoot over from a hard angle.
The first half strike came on the 41st minute mark through Mahmoud Trezeguet after a series of attacking waves on the Zimbabweans.
Two hours before the big kick-off, Egypt staged one of the most spectacular opening ceremonies in the history of the biennial tournament, which was being held in summer for the very first time.
It appeared Salah's moment was going to arrive in the final minutes but Sibanda plunged low to his left, with substitute Amr Warda perhaps offering the forward a better option across the face of goal.
Zimbabwe have made it to the competition proper three times, in 2004, 2006 and 2017.