Mahmoud Hussein Kahraba scored the fifth goal for Al-Ahly club, in the Nigerian National Guard, in the African Champions League, in the 69th minute, making the score 5-1.
Al-Ahly players Mohamed Sharif and Mohamed Magdy Afsha scored 9 and 16 goals, before Hensa Issoufou of the Nigerien National Guard scored a goal in the 34th minute, for Hussein Al-Shahat to return and score the fourth goal in the 64th minute, 6 minutes after Afsha scored the third goal in the minute 58.
Al-Ahly club of Egypt met today, Saturday, October 23, 2021, to complete the campaign to defend the title of the African Champions League, with the National Guard, the champion of Niger, in the evening in the second leg of the round of 32, where Al-Ahly returned from his trip in Niger after the first leg against the National Guard, with a positive tie 1- 1, last Saturday.
The goals of the Al-Ahly and National Guard match today in the African Champions League
The National Guard Club submitted a request to the African Union to postpone the match for 24 hours, after what it described as “bad treatment by Al-Ahly Club,” but the Confederation of African Football “K” denied that there was any intention to postpone the match between Al-Ahly and the National Guard in the second leg of the 32nd round of The African Champions League scheduled for Saturday evening, and stressed that the match will be played on its scheduled time.
The Red Genie enters the return match against the Niger champion, achieving a relative advantage in kidnapping the qualifying card for the group stage in the African Champions League, especially that the result of the first leg is in his favour, despite the tie, and the technical staff of the Red Castle, led by South African Pitso Mosimane, called for the restoration of the efforts of some of his players who They missed the first leg of the 32nd round of the Champions League against the National Guard.
The formation of Al-Ahly club was as follows:
Goalkeeper: Ali Lotfi.
Defense Lines: Ali Maaloul – Ayman Ashraf – Badr Banoon – Akram Tawfik
Midfield: Aliou Diang – Hamdi Fathi – Amr Al-Sulayya – Kahraba – Taher Mohamed Taher
Offensive line: Mohamed Sharif.
It is noteworthy that Al-Ahly holds the record for the number of times crowning the African Champions League on 10 occasions, the last of which was last July at the expense of the South African Kaizer Chiefs.
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