Ben Sharqi advances to Zamalek in the 46th minute against Tusker in the African Champions League

Ben Sharqi advances to Zamalek in the 46th minute against Tusker in the African Champions League
Ben Sharqi advances to Zamalek in the 46th minute against Tusker in the African Champions League

Moroccan Ashraf Ben Sharqi scored Zamalek’s first goal against Kenya’s Tusker goal in the 46th minute of the match, immediately after the start of the second half, making the score 1/0 for Zamalek.

Ben Sharqi penetrated from the left front and deceptively placed the ball in Tusker’s goal, announcing the progress of Zamalek with a clean goal in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League.

The first half of the match between Zamalek and the Kenyan Tusker ended with a negative tie, as the Tusker team, the owner of the land, started today’s match, pressing the defenses of Zamalek with control of the midfield area.

The start of the match did not witness any danger to the goal of the two teams, and the negative tie between the two teams continued after 15 minutes.

The Zamalek team was relatively active in the second quarter of the first half, and its players relied on the speeds of Ahmed Sayed Zizou and Ashraf Bin Sharqi to launch attacks from the parties against Tusker’s goal, but the Kenyan team’s defense was vigilant and prevented Zamalek from reaching its goal, which is to score the goal of progress to continue the negative tie 30 minutes later.

Zamalek players tried to score a goal in the first half, but the effect of temperature and high humidity was clear on the efforts of the Zamalek players, unlike the Tusker players’ focus in the defensive part.

At the end of the half, the Zamalek players relied on the long balls of Seif Al-Jaziri, Ben Sharqi and Zizou, but the trio failed to take advantage of the simple opportunities that were presented to them, and the game ended in a negative tie.

Zamalek started the match with a formation consisting of:

Goalkeeper: Mohamed Abu Jabal

Defense line: Ahmed Fattouh – Mahmoud Hamdi “Al Wensh” – Mahmoud Alaa – Hamza Mathlouthi

Midfield: Tariq Hamed – Imam Ashour – Ahmed Sayed “Zizou” – Youssef Obama – Ashraf Bin Sharqi

Offensive line: Seif Al-Din Al-Jaziri

And on the bench are: Muhammad Awad, Abdullah Juma, Muhammad Abdul Shafi, Hussam Abdul Majeed, Hazem Imam, Mahmoud Abdul Aziz, Muhammad Ashraf “Ruqa”, Islam Jaber and Mahmoud Abdel Razek “Shikabala”.

The composition of Tusker is as follows:

Goalkeeper: Brian Bowery

Defenders: Hilary Wonder – Kalos Kerenji – Asek Amboch – Daniel Sakari Machisu

Midfield: Claude Senge – Humphrey Mino Oshige – Shami Kibwana Mweni – Bonfils Moshiri

Forwards: Josha Ibrahim – Jackson Irungo

CAF assigned the match to the Ethiopian referee, Malak Tesema, with the help of Samuel Temisingo Atango, first assistant, Fasika Biro Fasika, second assistant, and Lima Nguise as fourth referee..


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