Saturday, 21 October 2017

Watch Match Al-Ahly vs Étoile du Sahel 22-10-2017

Al Ahli and Al Sahli Stars
Al Ahli hosts ES Sahel in the African Champions League semi-final, here's the game
The second leg of the semi-final will face two heavy Arab confrontations, with Al Ahli of Egypt taking on Sunday with ES

Sahel of Tunisia and Morocco's Wydad Casablanca facing the Algerian league on Saturday.
Al Ahly - Al Sahel Star: Sunday, October 22 at 8:00 pm (Mecca time) on BEIN
Al Ahli, who has won the record for eight titles, fears that he will fail again to win the title that has been missing for four years, especially after losing 1 - 2 to the Jewel of the Coast team in the first leg of the Olympic game in the Tunisian city of Sousse 3 weeks ago.
The Egyptian team have to win a clean goal or two goals by shaking the net in the second leg, to qualify for the final and continue his dream to crown his ninth African title.
Al Ahly, nicknamed the Horn Club of Africa, has become more difficult in the absence of stars Ahmed Fathi and Hossam Ashour, while there is strong doubt about the participation of playmaker Abdullah Al-Saeed and his veteran teammate Walid Sulaiman after suffering from injury recently.
Basic goalkeeper Sherif Ekrami did not escape the curse of the injuries that have chased Ahly, leaving him out of the match with his guest in the last match of the Egyptian league on Monday, but is scheduled to play against the star on the assurances of the medical team of Red.
Despite the absence of many Ahli, the fans are very optimistic about the ability of the rest of the players to achieve a positive result, to continue the boom in the Egyptian football now, especially after the Pharaohs recently qualified for the World Cup to be held in Russia next year for the first time in 28 years.
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Hossam Al-Badri, coach of Al Ahli, is counting on a host of important players, such as Nigeria's Junior Ajay and Tunisian Ali Maaloual, the brilliant playmaker Saleh Jumaa, and the dangerous wing Mamoun Zakaria.
Al-Ahli has the ground and the public to overcome the obstacle of the star, which is the only team in the tournament, which has not received any loss so far, especially with the approval of the Egyptian security authorities to attend the 50 thousand spectators for the match.
On the other hand, ES Sahel have a better chance of qualifying for Al Ahli, scoring only one goal, or even a one-goal loss, on condition that they succeed in scoring for the first time in ten years.
The fans still remember their team's historic title when they beat Al Ahli in the final of the competition against 70,000 spectators at Cairo Stadium, hoping to repeat the current generation.
The Tunisian team still includes two stars from the generation of 2007, international goalkeeper Ayman Al-Mathlouthi, and veteran striker Mohammed Amin Al-Shermiti, who scored one of the goals in the game.
In contrast to Al Ahli, ES Sahel appear to be in a state of readiness for the upcoming match as all players are ready to meet. The list of absences from any player has been lifted after Rami Al-Badawi recovered from recent nose surgery.
Brazilian striker Diego Acosta, who had missed the first leg because of the suspension, has been boosted by the attack, which is a powerful boost to the team's attempt to hijack an early goal that is difficult for Ahli to meet.
Frenchman Ibar Velloud, the coach of the star, is likely to take all his trump cards from the start, such as Guinean Alkali Bangoura, Egyptian striker Amr Mari, midfielder Mohamed Amin Ben Omar and playmaker Ihab Al Masaki.
The star played a friendly match in which he beat Al-Tilawi 2-1 in Sunday's clash, with Marei and Bangora scoring two goals.