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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old October 16th, 2005, 21:26 Thread Starter
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Ahly x Zamalek - CAF CL 2nd leg

0-0 HT (2-1 aggregate).

Average game so far. With Shawky from Ahly and Hamza from Zamalek wasting two unbelievable chances.

Ahly has slight upperhand.

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How on earth did Shawky manage to miss that..

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FT Ahly 2 - 0 Zamalek

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FT: Ahly 2-0 Zamalek
Aggregate: Ahly 4-1 Zamalek

Barakat scores both goals.
AbuTreka assists both goals.
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YES!!!!!!

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we're in the final, folks.

Much, much better second half display from the boys. We owned the scum, and fully deserve our passage to the final.

Ashour was excellent when he came on for Hassan Mostafa. Barakat motm by a mile, and not only because of the goals. Shawqy missed a couple of goals but he did well in the second half, pressuring Zamalek's players and not allowing them room to play.

Gilberto

4-1 on aggregate, not bad at all.

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Barakat the legend in todays match:

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Yes, because thats the only thing he did all match long
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Did Kingsley play for Zamalek?

Congratulations to Ahly.

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Thanks BeiraMarense .. No, Kingsley didn't play.

The only foreigners were Ahly's Angolan Gilberto, and Zamalek's Ghanian Junior.

Junior did OK, perhaps one of the best Zamalek players today, but Gilberto was superb. Completely dominated his left side and seemed very relaxed after his countries WC qualification.

And as usual, Manuel Jose's second half tactics again completely overturned the match in our favour. He is a good pitch reader.

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Alf mabrook Ahly Lets go kick butt in Tunisia.
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African Champions League
Ahly run goes on

Egyptian player of al-Ahli Mohamed Barakat during their semi-final against Zamalek in CAF Champions League in Cairo 16 October 2005.
KHALED DESOUKI
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(FIFA.com) 17 Oct 2005

Egyptian giants Al Ahly booked their place in the CAF Champions League final after defeating Cairo rivals Zamalek 2-0 on Sunday. A brace from the inspirational midfielder Mohamed Barakat gave the Red Devils a 4-1 aggregate victory and a meeting with Etoile Sahel of Tunisia in the two-legged final.


Trailing 2-1 after the first leg, the onus was on Zamalek to pursue victory and they looked threatening in the opening exchanges. The White Chiefs were quick into their stride and Ghanaian midfielder Junior consistently looked dangerous with his accurate passes and effective dribbling.

Mohamed Abdelwahed tested Ahly's goalkeeper Essam El Hadary with a long-range strike from a direct free kick but the international saved the shot with ease. Zamalek's best chance came in the 39th minute but Gamal Hamza failed to convert Abdelwahed's superb cross and headed the ball inches wide from three yards.

Ahly tried to turn things around before the interval and missed a couple of chances in the last five minutes of the first period. Mohamed Shawky, returning from suspension, shot wide despite being in a one-on-one situation with Zamalek's keeper Abdelmonsef. And Emad Moteab headed weakly into the hands of Abdelmonsef following a cross from Abu Treka.

Barakat the menace
After the break, the home side came out on top. Ahly's main source of threat was midfielder Barakat. First he surged down the right crossing superbly for Abutreka whose acrobatic scissor-kick landed narrowly wide. He then teed up Shawky whose again header bounced over.
Egyptian player of al-Ahli Club Islam al-Shater vies with Tarek el-Sayed (L) and Gamal Hamza of al-Zamalek club during their CAF Champions League semi-final in Cairo 16 October 2005.
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KHALED DESOUKI


It was Barakat himself who made the breakthrough after 63 minutes. Mohamed Abu Treka sent his team-mate through with a sharp pass, and Barakat, showing a fine turn of speed to leave the Zamalek defence trailing behind, struck a right-foot shot over goalkeeper Mohamed Abdelmonsef.

Five minutes later, Abutreka should have doubled the lead but Abdelmonsef kept out his effort after a fine solo run.

But five minutes on Barakat did it again. Combining well with Moteab and Abutreka, the midfielder tapped home from six yards to send Ahly's jubilant supporters into raptures.
"We deserved the victory," said man-of-the-match Barakat. "We are now only one step away from our target, flying to Japan."

The final between Etoile and Ahly will be played on the weekends of 28-30 October and 11-13 November. The away match will be held in Sousse while Cairo will host the return leg, with the winners representing Africa at the FIFA World Club Championship TOYOTA Cup Japan 2005.
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And courtesy of BBC.


Ahly's Barakat seeks global stage

Ahly will be looking forward to the final. The road to Japan is through Tunisia

Mohamed Barakat (right)
Ahly's Mohamed Barakat has admitted the prospect of playing in the World Club Championship is motivating them to win this year's Champions League.
The yet-to-be crowned African champions will represent the continent at December's lucrative tournament in Japan.

Morocco's Raja Casablanca represented the continent at the 2000 edition in Brazil.

"Our main goal is to travel to Japan and become the first Egyptian team to play at the Fifa World Club Championship," Barakat said.

He scored both goals in Ahly's 2-0 win over Cairo arch-rivals Zamalek in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final.

"I was determined to score goals. I was confident Ahly would win and I wanted to score. I'm happy I did just that," he said.

Ahly won the tie 4-1 on aggregate, after a 2-1 victory in the first leg.

Ahly face Tunisia's Etoile Sahel in the finals of this year's competition.

"Ahly will be looking forward to the final. The road to Japan is through Tunisia," Barakat went on.

Etoile beat Morocco's Raja Casablanca 2-0 on aggregate in the other semi-final.

The first leg of the million-dollar final will be played in Sousse between 28-30 October.

Cairo's International Stadium, venue of the opening and closing games at next year's Cup of Nations, will stage the return game two weeks later.
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Ahly's Hassan Mustafa (L) against Zamalek's Junior (R)





Ahly's Hosni (C) against Ex-Ahly and current Zamalek player, Ibrahim Saeed (L)





Ahly and Egypt NT top striker Emad Motab (L) on the loose

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Ahly's starting lineup for the match

L to R standing: Shater, Hadary, Barakat, Nahas, Shawky, Goma
L to R sitting: AbuTreka, Hassan Mustafa, Meteb, Gilberto, Ahmed El Sayed




Ahly's Angolan international, Gilberto... Sneaky





Gilbeto again makes a joke of Zamaleks right side





Not a penalty for Emad Meteb





Barakat goooooooooooooal





Hossam Ashour takes on Zamalek's defense

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Great match and great Fans atmosphere (in the 2nd half),, i attended the match, will post a nice pic of the red crowd later

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seems like manuel jose can't lose
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Download the latest edition of the official Ahly magazine (includes match review and post game reactions).

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