وتقدم Ahly Early on, Amr Al-Sulaia crossed, before Mahmoud Abdel-Razek responded Shikabala. Four minutes before the end of normal game time, Mohamed Magdy “Afsha” awarded Al-Ahly the winning goal with a superb shot.
Musimane added, “All respect to Shekabala, who scored a great goal, as well as to Pacheco (Zamalek’s Portuguese coach Jaime) who played a good game. We were playing with a great spirit, and the (Hussein) ball that hit the post, my heart stopped.”
This is the ninth title for Al-Ahly to enhance its record, while the balance stuck Zamalek When 5 titles.
And the coach, who won his second title after leading Mamelodi Sundowns at the expense of Zamalek also in 2016, continued, “A wonderful Afsha goal, and I told Al-Ahly players between the two halves that we are not well today, and we have to win the match, because this is a derby and this is the final confrontation of the African Champions League.”
Musimane, 56, who replaced the Swiss Rene Fyler early last month, continued: “I thank (club president Mahmoud) Al-Khatib for his confidence in me, and for allowing an African coach to exist for Al-Ahly. I thank the players and everyone who was around me and helped me do not understand the team and the team understands me, thank the fans. My family who treated me well, and I thank my wife for her support. “
And he added, “I dedicate this tournament to the preacher, whom I wanted to give him a birthday gift, and I thank the president of Sundowns for allowing me to train Al-Ahly.”
Musimani concluded: “The new season starts at the end of this week, we do not even have time to take a break. Of course we are enjoying the moment, but we have to start preparing for the African Super Cup and the Egypt Cup.”