Behind the scenes of Musimani’s session with Mohamed Sharif before Al-Ahly’s confrontation with the Niger champion


South African Betso Musimani, coach of Al-Ahly Club, held a session with his striker Mohamed Sharif on the sidelines of the training to motivate the player to restore his scoring form in the upcoming matches with the red genie, as Musimani was keen on emphasizing the player the need to stay away from anxiety and tension in front of the competitors’ nets, stressing that any striker is exposed Bad luck, assuring him that he trusts his abilities and capabilities, asking the player to close the exclusion page from the national team and focus only on restoring his technical and physical form and returning to shake the opponents’ net because it is the only way to regain his position in the formation of the Pharaohs, stressing that despite wasting easy opportunities in the recent matches, the player’s goals were a reason Directly in Al-Ahly’s victory in many matches and his success in achieving a record-breaking title of the league’s top scorer with 21 goals, an achievement that requires him to adhere to determination and determination to restore his level and respond to all his critics..

For his part, Mohamed Sharif, his South African coach, promised to respond to all criticism on the field with his goals and close the page of exclusion from the team to focus in the next stage with Al-Ahly to reconcile the fans angry at the loss of two championships in a row.

Mohamed Sharif, the Al-Ahly striker, seeks to break the state of goal sterility that afflicted him with the red genie in the recent period, as the last goals of Mohamed Sharif with Al-Ahly were in the Aswan net in the last round of the last league competition, which was held on August 27 and ended with the victory of the red genie with two goals against a goal scored by Mohamed Sharif. And Salah Mohsen, and Sharif played three matches after this match, the first against Al-Tala’i in the local super, the second against Enppi in the Egypt Cup, and the third against the National Guard, going to the 32nd round of the African Champions League, and he did not score in any of them.

Mohamed Sharif, 25, played 63 matches with Al-Ahly in all tournaments, with a total of 3,670 minutes, during which he scored 31 goals and made 9 other goals. For the clubs, he was also crowned the top scorer of the Premier League in its last edition with 21 goals, with a marketing value of one million and 800,000 euros. Pitso Mosimane, the coach, is mainly involved in domestic and continental matches.

Mohamed Sharif played with the Egyptian national team 6 matches “5 official confrontations and one friendly” and succeeded in scoring 4 goals that came as follows, a goal in the Comoros and a goal in Togo in the qualifying for the African Nations, in addition to two goals in Liberia “friendly”, and he made a goal “in a match”. Togo”.

Mohamed Sharif also succeeded in proving that he is a unique scorer, after he proved his feet in leading the red attack at the local and African levels, as he presents one of his best football seasons, after his brilliance with Enppi last season and his return to the Red House, to etch his name in the hearts of Al-Ahly fans, Especially in light of scoring important and decisive goals in the Red Genie’s career, he won the confidence of South African technical director Pitso Musimani.

The Confederation of African Football “CAF” announced that Al-Ahly striker Mohamed Sharif won the title of top scorer in the African Champions League with 6 goals, and Mohamed Sharif scored a goal for Al-Ahly in his victory over the South African Kaizer Chiefs 3-0 in the final meeting of the African Champions League, Mohamed Sharif scored 6 goals, occupying the top scorer in the tournament.


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