Al Ahly shocked Zamalek and snatched the African Champions League title (video)

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Al Ahly and Zamalek

Al Ahly won its ninth title in the African Champions League soccer championship after its precious 2-1 victory over its stubborn traditional rival Zamalek on Friday at the “Cairo International” stadium.

Al-Ahly strengthened its record number of times in the title, raising its tally to nine titles. In comparison, Zamalek’s balance in the championship froze at five titles, as it eluded him again, knowing that he won his last five titles in the championship in 2002.

Al-Ahly took the lead with a very early goal, which Amr Al-Soulia scored a header in the fifth minute after a corner kick for the team.

Zamalek responded with a Maradon goal to veteran player Mahmoud Abdel Razek (Shikabala) in the 31st minute after manipulating four Al-Ahly players and then fired the ball with his left from the boundaries of the penalty area to penetrate the upper corner of the goal to the right of Mohamed El-Shenawy, Al-Ahly goalkeeper.

In the second half, Al-Qaem tackled a confirmed goal for Al-Ahly after a shot by Hussein Al-Shahat in the 55th minute, and minutes later, he blocked a shot from.

In the 86th minute, Mohamed Magdy Afsha extracted the ball in front of a Zamalek player, directly in front of the penalty area, and shot it strong in the far corner to the goalkeeper’s left to be the goal of winning and crowning in the deadly time.