Al-Ahly team manager: If Al-Shahat missed his goal in the Wydad match, I would "kill him."

The director of football in the Egyptian Al-Ahly club, Sayed Abdel Hafeez, called his player, Hussein Al-Shahat, after his team's match against Moroccan Wydad, that he would have killed him if he had not scored from the opportunity that had to add the second goal.

Al-Ahly beat Wydad 5-1 in the aggregate to reach the final match of the African Champions League for the 13th time in its history.

In statements to the story program on MBC Egypt, Abdel Hafeez said: “If he had not recorded Al-Shahat from that opportunity, I would have killed him. He chose to record in a very difficult way at a time when his colleague, Muhammad Magdi“ Qafsha ”, was in a better position. In front of the goal, if it were passed to him, the goal would be 100% guaranteed. "

He added: "Hussein Al-Shahat scored a goal in this way confirms that Al-Ahly club's confidence in hiring him was not out of thin air, as he is a high-class player and we expect more from him in the upcoming matches."

Hussein Al-Shahat moved from the ranks of the Emirati Al-Ain to Al-Ahly in a record financial deal, which Egyptian media said had reached five million dollars.

Tweeters on social media addressed Al-Shahat's goal, which he scored after he dodged more than one player in a wonderful way before putting the ball into the net.

Al-Ahly of Egypt, the winner of the match between Zamalek and Moroccan Raja, is waiting for the final match of the African Champions League, which will be held on the sixth of next November in Cairo.

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