Badr Bannon, Al-Ahly defender, believes that he has not yet presented what is required of him with the red team, after beating Zamalek at the top of the league.
Al-Ahly defeated Zamalek with two goals to one in the postponed match between them from the fourth round of the league. (See details)
Badr Bannon told Ontime Sports: “Al-Ahly is a big club, and I feel the fans’ love since my first day with the team, but so far I have not given anything to Al-Ahly club.”
He added, “After my first two matches with Al-Ahly, I learned the need to win any match, whether in the league, Africa, or even if it was a friendly match.”
He continued, “I hope that I made the strong addition to my family.”
He continued, “Al-Ahly has a large group of distinguished players, and any player who will participate will provide a distinguished level, as we saw Beckham and Ali Lotfi in front of Zamalek.”
“I played my first summit against Zamalek and I won, and that is good for me,” he said.
He pointed out, “Before the summit, pressure was on Zamalek to win due to Al-Ahly’s absence, and the white team had nothing to lose, but we took this matter positively for us to be more focused in order to achieve victory.”
“We entered the summit with more concentration, scored two goals and won,” he stressed.
He concluded his remarks, “I wish Ali Maaloul safety and that he will return to us soon because he gives us great strength, and also Hamdi Fathi, Ajay and the rest of the injured.”