Mohamed Magdi, Title, Caf Champions League

Mohamed Magdi, Title

Magnificent Magdi goal hands Al Ahly CAF Champions League title

Magnificent Magdi goal hands Al Ahly CAF Champions League title

28/11/2020 12:48:00 AM

Magnificent Magdi goal hands Al Ahly CAF Champions League title

Al Ahly's Mohamed Magdi scored a stunning goal four minutes from time as they beat bitter Cairo rivals Zamalek 2-1 to claim the 2019-20 CAF ...

SportAl Ahly's Mohamed Magdi scored a stunning goal four minutes from time as they beat bitter Cairo rivals Zamalek 2-1 to claim the 2019-20 CAF Champions League title and extend their record number of wins in Africa's elite club competition to nine.

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FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - Egyptian Premier League - Zamalek v Al Ahly - Cairo International Stadium, Cairo, Egypt - August 22, 2020 Zamalek's Ferjani Sassi in action with Al Ahly's Mohamed Magdi Kafsha REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany28 Nov 2020 05:15AM

Share this contentBookmarkCAIRO: Al Ahly's Mohamed Magdi scored a stunning goal four minutes from time as they beat bitter Cairo rivals Zamalek 2-1 to claim the 2019-20 CAF Champions League title and extend their record number of wins in Africa's elite club competition to nine. headtopics.com

The teams were locked at 1-1 at the Cairo International Stadium when midfielder Magdi collected a loose ball 30 metres out, showed neat control under pressure and volleyed into the corner of the net.AdvertisementAdvertisementIt sparked wild scenes of celebration from the players, and might have been applauded by 100,000 fans in the stadium but instead was netted in front of empty stands due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The title win is a second for Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane after the South African led Mamelodi Sundowns to victory in 2016, when they also beat Zamalek in what was then a two-legged decider.Friday’s match is the first time since the inaugural African Champions Cup final in 1965 that the final was a single game.

(Reporting by Nick Said; Editing by Ken Ferris) Read more: CNA »