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Al Ahly beat Kaizer Chiefs win record 10th African crown

– – Egyptian heavyweights Al Ahly beat Kaizer Chiefs 3-0 in Morocco on Saturday night to become the first side in history to be crowned African champions ten times. In-form forward Mohamed Sherif scored one and made as Ahly, following a relatively even opening, took full advantage after Chiefs’ Happy Mashiane was dismissed shortly before the break. The Cairo side swiftly profited in the second half, first through Mohamed Sherif with a fine chip, then Mohamed ‘Afsha’ Magdy before Amr El Solia cracked home Sherif’s clever backheel. Ahly’s tally of…

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Al Ahly beat Palmeiras to clinch third place at Club World Cup

– – Egypt’s Al Ahly equalled their best-ever finish at the Fifa Club World Cup when defeating South American champions Palmeiras after their third-place play-off ended goalless. Captain and goalkeeper Mohamed El Shenawy was Al Ahly’s hero in the shoot-out, saving Felipe Melo’s penalty to ensure that the African champions won 3-2 in Qatar. El Shenawy had earlier saved Rony’s tame effort while Luiz Adriano missed the target, with Ahly also missing through Amr El-Sulaya and Marwan Mohsen. Junior Ajayi thought he had made the breakthrough in the second half…

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Bayern Munich beat Al Ahly to reach Fifa Club World Cup final

– – Robert Lewandowski scored twice as Bayern Munich progressed to the Fifa Club World Cup final by beating Al Ahly in Qatar. The German champions dominated the first half and deservedly took the lead when Lewandowski slotted in. Egyptian side Al Ahly competed well after the break, with their pace on the counter a concern for Bayern. But Lewandowski made sure of the win with a late header for his 29th goal in 27 appearances this season. Bayern Munich will play Mexican side Tigres in the final on Thursday,…

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Al Ahly beat Zamalek to win African Champions League title

– – A sensational late Mohamed Magdy goal gave Al Ahly victory over Cairo rivals Zamalek in the first ever one-legged African Champions League final. Magdy’s 88th-minute winner settled an entertaining match in which his side had gone ahead early through Amr El Soleya, only for Shikabala to cancel that out before half-time with a world-class effort of his own. Ahly should already have been leading after Elshahat somehow hit the post when faced with a completely empty net early in the second half. The win gave them a record-extending…

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