Egyptian Pyramids overcame Houria El-Gueni’s hurdle, beating him with two clean goals in the match that they held on Tuesday, at the Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca, in the semi-finals of the African Confederation Cup.
The Egyptian team’s goals, Ibrahim Hassan and Abdullah Al-Saeed, scored in the 74th and 76th minutes, respectively.
Pyramids qualified for the first time in its history for the Confederation Cup Final, and hit a date with the Moroccan Berkane Renaissance in the final scheduled for next Sunday, at the Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat.
On Monday, Berkane booked the final ticket, beating his compatriot Hassania Agadir, 2-1, in the first semi-final match.
It is noteworthy that the final will be an Egyptian-Moroccan for the second consecutive season in the Confederation, after Nahdet Berkane faced his rival Zamalek last season, and the Egyptian team was crowned the continental title.