Tuesday, May 31, 2022 – 2:52 pm
Abu Dhabi, May 31 / WAM / With two goals in the final, Morocco Wyatt knocked the curtain down on the 58th edition of the African Football Champions League, the current name of the 26th edition of the tournament, as it has been called in the past. “African Champion Club Cup”.
Vaidat won its third title, defeating Egypt’s Al-Ahly 2-0 in the final at the “Mohammed V Campus” in Casablanca, Morocco, to clinch the gold title.
In this report, Emirates News Agency (WAM) tracks the most important features and statistics of the competition at the end of this season: Morocco Qualification: This title raised the Moroccan teams’ balance to 7 titles in the tournament, making Moroccan football unique. Tunisia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo have won the title six times each.
Egyptian football tops the list with 16 titles, al-Ahly with 10 titles “Achievement”, 5 titles with Jamalek and one title with Ismail, seven Moroccan titles with Wyatt “3 titles”, Raja with “3 titles” and so on. A title for the Royal Moroccan Army.
Second title at Wyatt Stadium: Of the three titles won by the Moroccan Wyatt Casablanca team at the Championships, Wyatt won his home title yesterday, winning the title yesterday for the second time since winning the title at the “Mohamed V Campus” in 2017. 1 round at the “Bork El Arab” ground in Alexandria defeated Al-Ahly 1-0 after a 1-1 draw.
Al-Ahly Meeting: Waidat became the second team to win the final from one match to win the championship as the final round of the championship was held with two legs until 2019 before winning the Al-Ahly Championship title in 2020. And 2021 by winning one match in the final of each of the two editions.
Rekrakuy follows Amota: Widat coach Walid Rekrakuy became the second national coach to follow in the footsteps of his teammate Hussein Amota and win the championship with the Moroccan team.
The first five titles for Moroccan teams in the African Champions League were won by foreign coaches, beginning with the Royal Army led by Jose Faria in 1985, followed by Raja Algeria’s Rafa Sadaneh in 1989 and Vaidat in 1992. Ukrainian Yuri Sevastienenko and Raja in 1997 Led by Argentina Oscar Volan.
Participation level: 54 teams representing 42 national associations participated in this competition.
Number of matches and goals: The total number of matches from first round to final in this edition reached 61 matches, with 134 goals scored, averaging 2.2 goals per match.
Outstanding in attack and defense: Wydad topped the list of the best attacking teams in the tournament, with its players scoring 28 goals against 23 goals. Wydad was better on defense than Al-Ahly, conceding 9 times compared to 13 goals. The web of the Egyptian team.
WAM / Ahmed Zahran / Abdel Nasser Monim
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