How did Egyptian newspapers get lost to Al Ahly's African title for Esperance?
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Egyptian newspapers on Saturday accused the poor performance and the coach's failure to defeat Al-Ahli from Egypt to Esperance in the African Champions League final on Friday.
Esperance, who won 3-0 at Al-Ahly in the second leg at the Rades stadium in Tunis, won 3-1 at Al-Ahly 3-1 at the Burj Al Arab stadium in Alexandria. Esperance won a total of 4-3 He won the title for the third time after winning in 1994 and 2011.
The Egyptian press reported Ahli's failure to win the African champion title for the ninth time and qualify for the World Cup of the United Arab Emirates hosted by the United Arab Emirates.
"After a poor performance for Al Ahli and a three-point defeat … Esperance is a hero for Africa," the daily Akhbar Al-Youm said in a title on the front page.
"Ahly played poor performance during the match and failed to determine the goal of goalkeeper Esperance, Moez Ben Sherifia." The French striker Cartieron did not appear on Red's performance, the striker Maridan Walid Azaro suspended by CAF.
"Marwan Mohsen and Salah Mohsen's replacement did not change the course."
"Al Ahly loses Africa's finals, but the 9th title remains elusive … The Egyptian champions have poor performances." Cartier's interventions have failed to change the score.
"Esperance beat Al Ahli with three courtyards and took the title of the African Champions League at Rades," Al Ahram said in a title of the report "The undisputed withdrawal of the Egyptian champions in the second half, poor performance and no team ".
"Esperance overtaken Al Ahly during the match, especially in the second half, and the players deserved the title well, while Al Ahly dropped in the last minutes of the first half until the end of the game after having scored no goals against to Esperance, "the newspaper said.
Al-Gomhouria also criticized the level of the game in general and published a title in which he said: "Al-Ahly lost the trophy and Al-Tarji achieved the achievement … won three curses in the African technical finals final" .
"The end of the sad and disappointing for the national football after Esperance's humiliating loss in the Tunisian game … The match is not right for the African finals and was an average level Esperance may be the best goal, while Ahli has completely lost the game and did not pose a threat to Esperance's ultimate goal because of the Strange and Wonderful Plan for French coach Cartier, who completely failed in the good reading of the game and surpassed Mouin Shaabani.
"The Tunisian team deserved the crown," FIFA chief Gianni Infantino said on the front page.