May 29, 2023

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Al-Ahly won their 13th “Egyptian Super” title in Abu Dhabi

Yesterday, Egypt’s Al-Ahly celebrated their 13th Egyptian Super Cup title on UAE soil after defeating Pyramids 0-0 at the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium. Abu Dhabi.

The match was attended by Super Cup winners Al-Ahly, Lieutenant Colonel Pilot Sheikh Zayed bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, Director of Special Patrols and General Supervisor of Police Legacy, Abu Dhabi Police. Egyptian Ambassador to the UAE Sharif Issa and President of the Egyptian Football Association Kamal Allam and Aref Al-Awani, Secretary General of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council and Emirates Secretary General were present. Football Association, Muhammad Bin Hasam Al-Taheri and Salem Al-Shamsi, President of Pyramids Club and Dr. Muhannat Magdi, President of Al-Ahly Club Mission.

Al-Ahly owes the victory to Tunisian Ali Maloul who scored the only goal of the match with a penalty kick in the “96th” minute. Al-Ahly started the clash better than the Pyramids, but it didn’t produce an attacking presence in the final third.

The clash took another turn after 15 minutes as the Pyramids began to threaten Mohamed El-Shennawi’s goal more than once, the most dangerous of which was Ahmed Tawfiq’s shot. Al-Ahly’s most dangerous chance in the first half came from a free kick by Ali Maloul, but it was brilliantly saved by Pyramids goalkeeper Ahmed El-Shennawi.

Both teams exchanged attacks in the second half, and in addition to the Al-Ahli goalkeeper’s ability to counter the efforts of several Pyramid players, Al-Ahli looked dangerous at times, including a crucial chance for Ahmed Abdel-Kader. .

According to the match’s in-house broadcaster, the match saw a massive attendance of over 32,000 fans. Throughout the game, the fans never stopped chanting the players’ names and chanting to do their best.

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Fans flocked to the stadium more than four hours before the start of the match, confirming the great passion of Egyptian fans and their love for football, and the match also attracted fans from some of the communities living in the country. Before the crowd started Egyptian singer Tamer Hosni gave a song interlude which saw great interaction from the fans.

Al-Ahly beat Pyramids to nil thanks to Ali Malool’s penalty kick.