The victory of Al-Ahly of Egypt at the expense of its compatriot Zamalek 2-1 and the ninth CAF Champions League title in its history was not the only gain from that match hosted by Cairo Stadium.

Al-Ahly's victory in the championship came as the "African Princess" returned to the team’s coffers after she was absent from the red team since the 2013 edition, in which the team won the title after beating South African Orlando Pirates 3-1 on aggregate, the home and away matches.

The team's return to the Club World Cup comes as another asset for the team, as it will participate in the tournament hosted by Qatar from February 1 to 11.

A foot of gold will harvest gold.

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Al-Ahly will be able to add a new gain to its gains when it faces the Moroccan team, Nahdet Berkane, in the African Super Cup, which will be held in Cairo early next month.

Winning the championship at the expense of traditional rivals Zamalek has a special character, in addition to reaping $ 3.5 million after winning the championship.

This amount is divided into 2.5 million dollars, which is the value of winning the African champions, in addition to Al-Ahly's obtaining one million dollars for its participation in the Club World Cup.

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In return, Zamalek will receive $ 1.25 million, which is the prize for the second-place winning team in the African Champions League.