And the goal of Mr. Hamdi, which Al-Ahly fans remember, came as it was scored in the 88th minute of the Tunisian Esperance match in the first leg of the tournament final at Burj Al Arab Stadium in 2012, and hope returned to the championship.
The goal of Mr. Hamdy at the time saved Al-Ahly from loss, tied with a score of 1-1, and the Red team succeeded in winning outside its home with two goals to one goal, and Al-Ahly crowned the African title for the seventh time in its history.
the master Hamdy was one of the stars and scorers of Petrojet before moving to Al-Ahly club on July 11, 2011. The deal was concluded for five and a half million Egyptian pounds, in addition to Al-Ahly midfielder Mahmoud Tawba, on loan for two seasons. Hamdi’s first match with Al-Ahly was just 6 days after he signed for the team, as he participated as a substitute for Mohamed Nagy “Gedo” against Wydad Casablanca in the 2011 CAF Champions League, and the match ended in a 3-3 draw. After three seasons with Al-Ahly, the club decided in July 2014 to dispense with him, accompanied by Ahmed Shedid Kenawy, Shihab El Din Ahmed, Ahmed Raouf and Ahmed Nabil Manga..
At the international level, Mr. Hamdy led the Egyptian national team to win the Nile Basin Tournament Cup held in 2011 in Egypt and won the title of top scorer with 6 goals. Hamdi scored two goals in the final match, which ended with the Egyptian national team winning 3-1 against its Ugandan counterpart.
Professional journalist and essay writer in political and artistic departments, graduate of the Faculty of Information, Tanta University, and I am studying a pre-master’s degree in media.