See how Al Ahly was defeated by Smouha with a shocking score of 3-2.
AHLY SUFFER SHOCK DEFEAT
Smouha stunned Al Ahly with a 3-2 victory, which resulted in Al Ahly dropping points in the fight for the 2021/22 Egyptian Premier League championship.
The injury that plagued Percy Tau forced the Red Devils to play without him for the second straight game. The key player for Bafana Bafana has been ruled out for a month, but the Red Devils are still considered favorites to beat the team in fifth position.
However, they were taken aback by an extraordinary performance only hours after the EFA had confirmed that they will be representing the country in the 2022/23 CAF Champions League despite the fact that the league season has not yet come to an end.
After 46 minutes, the home team held a 3-0 lead thanks to the offensive tandem of Marwan Hamdi, who scored twice, and Abdelkabir El Ouadi. Despite a spirited fight back, the Red Devils were unable to avert their second loss in the league this season.
Taher Mohamed scored the game's first goal in the 56th minute, and Hossam Hassan scored a consolation goal in the 94th minute, but it was too little, too late for the Cairo giants, who now trail second-placed Pyramids by five points and league leaders Zamalek by seven, despite having three games in hand over their rivals for the championship.
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