Cairo International Stadium will host this evening, Friday, the upcoming confrontation between Al-Ahly and Moroccan Wydad, in the second leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League.
Al-Ahly won the first-leg match against Moroccan Wydad with two goals without a response, scored by (Mohamed Afsha – Ali Maaloul), so that the red team needed to win, draw or lose by a goal difference to rise to the final match of the African Champions League and compete for the title absent 7 years ago.
Al-Ahly threatens against Wydad Casablanca a negative number for South Africa, Betso Mosimane, the coach of the Red Genie, who could not beat the Moroccan champion back and forth in any confrontation that brought them together during their previous confrontations in the African Championship.
He met “Musimani” in 11 official matches against Moroccan Wydad, who won 4 matches and lost the same, and settled a tie as a result of 3 matches between them. The South African coach deposited the tournament competitions with his former team Sundowns at the hands of the Moroccan team in 3 consecutive copies in 2017, 2018, 2019 .
Musimani led Al-Ahly to a precious victory over Wydad in Morocco with a clean double in the second leg, and if he lost the same score, the match would go to a penalty shootout.
Musimane took over Al-Ahly coaching after the departure of Swiss Fyler from coaching the team, and the South African coach led the red team in 4 games, winning 3 games, tying in one match and not losing any match.