“The goal of Alhadary” .. Details “convenient” for Ahli before the face of Kaiser Chrees
Al-Ahly of Egypt hit a date with the South African Kaizer Chiefs, in the final match of the African Champions League, which will be held at King Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca, next July 17. Al-Ahly overcame the Tunisian Esperance obstacle, while Kaizer Chiefs reached the final for the first time in its history, after crossing Morocco’s Wydad Casablanca. Given the data of the last season, and by turning the pages of history, Al-Ahly can enter “comfortably” in the final, as all these factors point to the expected tenth title. humble season Among the most prominent points, is that Kaizer Chiefs had a very modest season in his country, and finished the South African League in eighth place, far from the competition race. wide defeats As for the African Champions League, although Kaizer Chiefs qualified for the final, he suffered “humiliating” defeats on his way. Most notably, he lost 4-0 to Wydad in the group stage, before returning and taking revenge on South Africa in the semi-finals. Even in the quarter-finals, against Simba of Tanzania, the Chiefs advanced 4-0 in the first leg, but they almost suffered a historic exit, after Simba overturned the result in the second leg and scored three clean goals, and came very close to scoring the fourth. History Ahlawy As for historically, Al-Ahly faced an opponent from South Africa twice, during the nine final matches he played in the African Champions League. The first time was against Mamelodi Sundowns in 2001, when Al-Ahly achieved a comfortable 4-1 victory, in the two matches. The second time was against the Orlando Pirates, in 2013, and Al-Ahly won 3-1 on aggregate. Al-Ahly has never been defeated by a South African club in any African final in its history.