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مُساهمة  هشام الطيب في الأحد أغسطس 26, 2007 8:32 am

It had been 30 years since Al Ahly lost by three goals in Africa's top club competition, but the Egyptian giants were shown to be far from invincible as they fell in the Nile Valley derby against Sudan's Al Hilal in the CAF Champions League on Sunday. The last time the Cairo club lost by three clear goals in the competition was in Accra in 1977, against Ghana's Hearts of Oak in the quarter-finals of the old-format Champions Cup.
Not since has it rained goals as it did at the Al Hilal stadium in Omdurman, where ecstatic local fans created a spectacular atmosphere as their team went top of the Group B standings and, at the same time, made sure of an unexpected semi-final place. Second half goals from Dario Khan, Hassan Korongo and the Nigerian Ndubuisi Eze ensured a famous win for the home team, who go ahead of Al Ahly on goal difference.
All three goals came with spectacular quality, starting with Khan's forceful header from a corner and followed by Korongo's extraordinary long-range shot that left experienced shot-stopper Essam Al Hadari helpless. The final touch came three minutes from the end as Al Hilal's Nigerian import Ndubuisi Eze weaved his way through two defenders and, with a deft touch off the outside of his boot, steered the ball home past the onrushing keeper.
Thank you. Your FIFA.com story has been successfully e-mailed to your friend(s).It had been 30 years since Al Ahly lost by three goals in Africa's top club competition, but the Egyptian giants were shown to be far from invincible as they fell in the Nile Valley derby against Sudan's Al Hilal in the CAF Champions League on Sunday. The last time the Cairo club lost by three clear goals in the competition was in Accra in 1977, against Ghana's Hearts of Oak in the quarter-finals of the old-format Champions Cup.
Not since has it rained goals as it did at the Al Hilal stadium in Omdurman, where ecstatic local fans created a spectacular atmosphere as their team went top of the Group B standings and, at the same time, made sure of an unexpected semi-final place. Second half goals from Dario Khan, Hassan Korongo and the Nigerian Ndubuisi Eze ensured a famous win for the home team, who go ahead of Al Ahly on goal difference.
All three goals came with spectacular quality, starting with Khan's forceful header from a corner and followed by Korongo's extraordinary long-range shot that left experienced shot-stopper Essam Al Hadari helpless. The final touch came three minutes from the end as Al Hilal's Nigerian import Ndubuisi Eze weaved his way through two defenders and, with a deft touch off the outside of his boot, steered the ball home past the onrushing keeper
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