Former star Sayed Moawad, who won the CAF Champions League title with Al-Ahly, predicted the identity of the two teams nominated to reach the 2023 CAF Champions League final, before the start of the semi-final matches.
The current edition of the CAF Champions League witnesses the presence of three Arab clubs in the Golden Square, which is no longer strange in light of the Arab domination of the title in the last six editions of the tournament.
A fiery confrontation between Esperance and Al-Ahly in the semi-finals of the African Champions League
Two fiery confrontations will take place in the semi-finals of the African Champions League, the most prominent of which, of course, is the classic confrontation that will bring together the Egyptian Al-Ahly and Tunisian Esperance, today, Friday, on the Olympic stadium in Brades in the first leg, while Moroccan Wydad, the defending champion, will face a difficult test against Mamelodi Sun. South African Downs, tomorrow, Saturday, at the Mohammed V stadium in Casablanca.-
The Egyptian star, Sayed Moawad, expects Al-Ahly to face the Moroccan team, Wydad, in the final of the African Champions League, in a repeat final of last year’s 2022 edition. Moawad said in statements to winwin: “I think that Al-Ahly will reach the final, as it is going through a good period with its Swiss coach, Marcel Kohler. “.-
And the former star added: “The team is improving after every match it plays in the continental competition, and on the other hand, Esperance is going through a difficult period, as it lost many of its basic elements due to injuries and will also play without the presence of its fans in Rades, and thus lost its most important strengths at home.”
Moawad continued, “I think that the other party in the final will be Moroccan Wydad, because of the way they performed during this season and because of its great experience in the continental competition.”
The star of Al-Ahly and the former Egyptian national team did not rule out that Sun Downs would have a great opportunity, saying: “The South African team definitely has a chance, as it is one of the best teams in the competition currently, but I think Wydad has more experience and can reach the final.”