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Rewards fall on Al-Ahly stars after winning the tenth star

Al-Ahly’s board of directors decided to pay rewards to the red team’s players after winning the African Champions League for the tenth time in its history and the second in a row, especially after the manly performance and fighting spirit that characterized the performance of the red team throughout its career in the current version of the Champions League.


Sayed Abdel Hafeez, the football director of Al-Ahly Club, notified the players that the board of directors would not spare them after they had done everything they had to win the tenth star and fulfilled their promise, after concluding their distinguished career this season by achieving the full mark in all the tournaments they participated in, other than moving steadily towards Retaining the league title for the sixth consecutive season and the 43rd in the history of the Red Castle.

Al-Ahly team won the African Champions League title for the tenth time in its history, at the expense of the South African Kaizer Chiefs, after winning the landslide three times without a response, in the meeting that brought the two teams together on Saturday, in the final match of the continental championship version 2021, which was held at Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca in Morocco .

The Al-Ahly trio was scored by Mohamed Sharif when he received a magic pass from Akram Tawfik in the 52nd minute, and Mohamed Magdy Afsha after a technical sentence with Taher and Mohamed Sharif, which the maestro finished in the Kaizer Chiefs net in the 61st minute, and Amr Al-Soliya, who received a technical pass with the heel from Sharif, who put it in The impossible angle for the South African goalkeeper in the 74th minute of the match.

Al-Ahly succeeded in reaching the final of the tournament in 14 copies, setting a record that no African team had achieved before, and was able to win the precious title on 10 occasions, an unprecedented record as well.

Al-Ahly managed to win the Champions League title in two consecutive editions three times, the first in 2005 and 2006, and returned to repeat the same achievement in 2012 and 2013, and the last editions of 2020 and 2021, and over the course of 13 previous finals. Al-Ahly also managed to score 35 goals and conceded 18 goals.