Al-Ahly is the African champion for the tenth time in its history

Al-Ahly of Egypt was crowned the African Champions League champion for the tenth time in its history and the second in a row by beating Kaizer Chiefs from South Africa, who played the entire second half with ten players, 3-0 in the final match in Casablanca.

The goals of the winner were scored by Mohamed Sharif (53), Mohamed Magdy “Afsha” (64), and Amr Al-Sulayya (74).

Kaizer Chiefs played with ten players in the entire second half, after his player Happy Maciani was sent off in the third minute of stoppage time in the first half, and failed to win his first continental title.

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