Al-Ahly Wins the African Super Against Berkane
Al-Ahly wins the African Super after defeating Berkane with two goals to zero.
The match took place yesterday at Jassim bin Hamad Stadium in the Qatari capital, Doha.
Al-Ahly of Egypt won the trophy for the seventh time in its history, and regained the continental title after the absence of 7 years.
The Red Devils began with a line-up composed of:
Muhammad Al-Shennawy. Muhammad Hani – Badr Banon – Yasser Ibrahim – Ayman Ashraf. Aliu Diang – Amr Al-Sulayya – Muhammad Majdi Afsha – Hussein Al-Shahat – Taher Muhammad Taher. Muhammad Sharif
While Berkane began with this line-up:
Zuhair Al-Aroubi. Isofo Daewoo – Hamdi Lashir – Al-Arabi Naji – Mohsen Yagour. Zaid Karush – Ismail Mokaddam. Bakr Al-Hilali – Omar Al-Nusmari – Muhammad Aziz. Muhammad Farhan.
Al-Ahly Wins the African Super Cup
For the seventh time in its history, Al-Ahly wins the African Super, against Nahdat Berkane.
The first goal for the Egyptian club came through Mohamed Sherif in the 57th minute.
Then, substitute Salah Mohsen added the second goal in the 83rd minute. Thus, Al-Ahly won with two goals and a clean sheet.
Al-Ahly performed well, especially in the second half, after they controlled most of the match.
Sherif, who scored the first goal, had missed scoring with his team in the last 6 matches. That was against El Gouna, Ghazl El Mahalla, Al Ittihad of Alexandria, and Zamalek, in the Egyptian Premier League.
Then, he did not score any goal in the two matches against Sun Downs in the quarter-finals of the African Champions League.
The last match in which Sherif scored a goal was against Al-Masry of Port Said, on April 27th.
As for their next stop, Al-Ahly will face Tunisia’s Esperance Club in the semi-finals of the African Champions League next June.
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