18 November 2012

Egypt/Tunisia: Al-Ahly Wins CAF Title for Seveth Time

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Egypt's Al Ahly win record seventh CAF Champions League title

Egypt's Al-Ahly won the African Champions League for the seventh time after defeating Tunisia's Esperance on Saturday17/11/2012 in the second leg of the final.

Ahly striker Geddo scored for the Red Devils in minute 43. Walid Soliman added for the Egyptians giants in the second half.

The only goal of the Tunisian side was scored by N'Djeng in the 85th minute. With this win, Ahly grabbed the title for the seventh time.

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