“I was surprised, and I was terrified after knowing that the Al-Ahly team was faced again, and I remembered the championship draw from last year when we also faced Al-Ahly,” Ngkunka added, in exclusive statements to “Echo Al Balad”.
The Sun Downs defender believed that the match would be exciting for everyone, wishing his team to the next round.
The draw for the quarter-finals of the African Champions League resulted in the meeting of Al-Ahly Club, the South African Sun Downs team, provided that the first leg will be held at Cairo Stadium on February 29th, while the return match will be held on March 7 of next month.
It is noteworthy that Al-Ahly club collided with Sun Downs last year in the same round, but lost by five clean in the first leg and won by one goal in the second leg, which enabled the Sun Downs team to reach the semi-finals.
It is expected that the new confrontation between the two teams will be hot in light of the desire of Al-Ahly club to achieve a good result to make up for its loss last year by five clean.