In that match, Al-Ahly defeated its opponent Zamalek with one goal in the eleventh week of the League Championship, season 82-83.
The meeting was moderated by the Italian referee, Pietro Delia, and the goal of Zakaria Nassef, the killer, was the spark that ignited the Al-Ahly stands and made headlines at the time on behalf of Nassef, and the most famous of them was: “Zakaria Nassef told the warden, your eye, you see nothing but light.”
Zakaria Nassif, one of the brightest players in the late seventies and eighties, played for Al-Ahly in many tournaments and went with him with most titles, and participated with the Egypt national team and shined and left his own mark. Influential with club and national team.
Zakaria Nassif is one of the most prominent strikers in the history of Al-Ahly club and the Egyptian national team, and he has contributed to achieving many championships with his team locally and Africa.
He played for Al-Ahly from “1980-1981” and until his transfer to Zamalek in the “1987-1988” season, during which he played approximately “122” matches, during which he scored “28” goals, and contributed to Al-Ahly’s crowning of “14” titles with “5” league General, and “4” Egypt Cup, and “6” continental titles.