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Mohamed El Shennawy is competing for the best saves of the African Champions League quarter-finals

The Egyptian international Mohamed El-Shenawy, goalkeeper for the first football team at Al-Ahly club, was on the list of the best saves during the two rounds of the quarter-finals of the African Champions League for the current season 2020/2021, after his remarkable brilliance in front of the South African Sun Downs during the two matches that ended with a score of 3 / 1 in favor of the red genie, as the Egyptian champion won by going to Al-Salam Stadium with two clean goals before returning to a positive tie with one goal for each of them to return to the city of Pretoria.

The list of competitors for the most beautiful saves of the quarter-final round of the African Champions League next to Mohamed El-Shenawy included Bruce Pfoma, the South African goalkeeper of Kaizer Chiefs against Simba, Tanzania, and Tawfiq Moussaoui, the goalkeeper of the JSB Belouizdad team, in strong responses against Esperance, and Butaga, the goalkeeper of MCA against Wydad Morocco .

In a related context, Al-Ahly and Tunisian Esperance meet in the semi-finals of the CAF Champions League to renew the date in a frequent Egyptian-Tunisian derby in the famous continental tournament, after the duo decided their qualification in the quarter-finals, where the Tunisian champion rose to the expense of JSB Belouizdad, while the Red Genie crossed the Algerian team. South African Sun Downs.

Esperance qualified for the CAF Champions League semi-finals after defeating Algeria's JSB Belouizdad with a score of 2/3 in the match that was held last Saturday night at the Olympic stadium "Hammad Al-Aqrabi" in the quarter-final second leg of the current season 2020/2021. The club rose Al-Ahly for the semi-finals of the African Champions League after overthrowing the Sun Downs team by winning it (3/1) in the aggregate of the two first-and-return matches in the quarter-finals of the tournament.

Al-Ahly has won the African title on 9 past occasions and is looking to achieve the tenth star in the current edition of the African Champions League.

Al-Ahly club qualified for the semi-finals of the African Champions League for the 17th time in its history, beating all the numbers and on a date to repeat its achievement after it was able to achieve the title last season at the expense of its traditional rivals Zamalek in the final of the century that brought the two teams together at Cairo Stadium.

Al-Ahly has a long history of confrontations with Tunisian clubs, especially Esperance, and the two teams previously met 16 times in the African Champions League, during which Al-Ahly won six matches (including three times in Tunisia), and Esperance won 4 confrontations, while the tie was imposed itself. In six meetings.

The last confrontation that brought together the two teams was in the final of the African Champions League 2018 season, and Al-Ahly won the first leg 3/1 in Egypt before losing 3/0 in the second leg and losing the championship title with it.