A shock to Al-Ahly .. “On Sports” reveals the truth about CAF’s request to hold the Champions League final at night

The “Ontime Sports” channel clarified the fact that the Confederation of African Football, “CAF”, asked the South African club, Sun Downs, to hold the CAF Champions League final match at night, if it qualified.

And there was some news, which spread about the African Union “CAF” request from the Sun Downs administration that the final be held at night, if the team qualified.

The fact that CAF asked to hold the CAF Champions League final at night

And African football expert, Maher Genena, said on “Ontime Sports” channel: “Recently, news spread that the CAF Champions League final will be held at night.”

And he continued: “We deny this news. If Sun Downs qualifies, he will play the final during the day, and he is the only one who can set the date for the match.”

He emphasized: “The African Union has not sent any letters to the South African team, and the team has not yet qualified.”

And it was the club Al-Ahly They beat Esperance de Tunis in the first leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League, 3-0.

While Sun Downs tied with Moroccan Wydad, in the other semi-final, negative in Morocco.

How many continental championships does Al-Ahly have?

Al-Ahly Club has achieved 24 continental championships so far, and it is the second most crowned club in continental titles, behind Real Madrid.

What was the result of the first match between Al-Ahly and Zamalek?

In 1917, Al-Ahly Club agreed to cooperate with Zamalek Club.

By holding a match on the land of each team, in which the two poles of Egyptian football competed for the first time.

The first match was on February 9, 1917 at Zamalek Stadium.

Al-Ahly won with a clean goal, scored by Abdul Hamid Muharram, to immortalize his name in the history of Egyptian football records as the first scorer of the summit.

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