Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, expressed his happiness with the Egyptian club Al-Ahly and Zamalek qualifying for the African Champions League final, wishing that the match would not witness any sensitivity between the players of the two teams.
In an exclusive interview with “BN Sports”, Salah said that he watched the semi-final matches of the Champions League and feels proud of the two teams reaching the final because “this is in the interest of the Egyptian national team and the country.”
He added, “Certainly proud of the two teams and I am confident that the team that will be good in the final will win the title. It is good that two teams from Egypt qualify for the final of the champions, and also Pyramids’ qualification for the Confederation Final was good for the reputation of Egyptian football. I am proud of the two teams and hope that there is no sensitivity between Players before joining the Egyptian team. “
In an exclusive interview with our channels, Mohamed Salah, the star of Liverpool and the Egyptian national team, expressed his happiness at the arrival of Al-Ahly and Zamalek to the final of the African Champions League
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Zamalek qualified for the continental final, scheduled for the Burj Al Arab stadium in Alexandria on the 27th of November, after it repeated its victory over Moroccan Raja Casablanca 3-1 in the second leg last Wednesday in Cairo, after winning in Morocco with a clean goal in the first leg.
Al-Ahly had already qualified for the final by beating Wydad Casablanca 5-1 in the first leg (0-2) and the second leg (3-1).
On the other hand, Pyramids reached for the first time in its history to the Confederation Cup final before losing the title match on the 25th of last October to the Moroccan club RS Berkane 1-0.