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El-Ahmar: What we did was extraordinary
In the wake of Zamalek’s brilliant triumph in the 2015 African Champions League final against Tunisia’s Club Africain, Ahmed El-Ahmar sang his side’s praises.
The Whites breezed past their opponents in the title-deciding match, winning by a comfortable score of 35-22.
In comments made to Zamalek’s official website, Ahmed enthused, “I’m proud of all of my teammates and it’s an honor to play alongside them; they’re the reason I decided to rejoin Zamalek.”
“It was a difficult match against a respectable opponent, but – by God’s will – we were able to emerge victorious because we were motivated enough to bring back the title for our fans,” he concluded.