Al-Ahly comes four close to the CAF Champions League final against ES Setif

Egypt’s Al-Ahly came close to reaching the final of the African Champions League after a great victory over host, ES Setif, of Algeria, with four unanswered goals on Saturday in the first leg of the semi-final of the continental competition group. The two teams observed a minute of silence before the start of the game, at the request of the Egyptian Federation, to mourn the lives of the victims of the armed attack in Western Sinai. At the kick-off, Al-Ahly attacked hard and managed to score a goal in advance in the 3 ‘, but the referee preferred to cancel it after referring to the “mouse” technique, which indicated the presence of a case of infiltration on Taher Muhammad Taher. After several attempts, Al-Ahly managed to reach ES Setif with a cross from Taher Mohamed to South African Percy Tau, who headed with a first goal in the 30th minute. in charge entered the second half with a greater desire to increase his goal yield, achieved thanks to the brilliant Taher Mohamed who transformed in goal a ball easily rebounded from the opposing defense in the 54th minute. Al-Ahly continued to excel managing to score a beautiful third goal scored by Mohamed Sharif in the 72nd minute, before Percy Tau finished what he had started and scored the fourth goal all last minute of the game, the original. Al-Ahly’s big win will make it difficult for ES Setif to return to the return next week in Algeria and will give the “Red Devils” the greatest motivation to achieve a satisfactory result and reach the final. (Anatolia)