Tuesday 3 November 2020
Ahmed Hossam Mido, the former coach of Zamalek, confirmed that the Moroccan Raja team did not pose a clear danger to the white team during the first leg of the African Champions League semi-finals, hoping that Zamalek would overcome the Moroccan team’s hurdle and face Al-Ahly in the final match of the tournament, considering that an exceptional event. Hard to repeat again.
Mido wrote through his account on the social networking site Twitter: “God willing, may God hate him with Zamalek, the coach of Raja is trying to psychologically charge his players through his statements starting from the first-leg conference and focusing his talk about the errors of the referee and that his team was the best to reach his speech since his arrival in Cairo that his team He came to Cairo to make a historic remontada. ”
He added: “The Raja team is a good team, but it did not pose any real danger to Zamalek’s goal in the first match. Their possession was mostly negative, and every time the ball reached the Zamalek penalty area, they were trying to get a penalty kick instead of trying to score, their focus was on the claim.” Penalty kick. ”
And he continued: “I trust the big players within the team that they will be up to the responsibility and they will play a big match, God willing, my final soul, God willing, will be Zamalek and Al-Ahly. It will remain a sweet match, the first time the two teams play some in the final, something possible that you will not scratch again in our life.”
The Raja team, tomorrow evening, Wednesday, will be a guest of Zamalek, in the second leg of the African Champions League semi-final, where the white team won the first leg in Morocco with a goal without a response, scored by Moroccan Ashraf Bencharki.
Al-Ahly secured the first card from the two sides of the African Champions League final after the overthrow of Moroccan Wydad in the semi-finals, and is waiting for the winner of the Zamalek and Moroccan Raja match.