Zamalek’s Ibrahim Salah believes nothing is impossible ahead of final showdown
Zamalek midfielder Ibrahim Salah believes that his team can still win the CAF Champions League title despite the harsh loss against Mamelodi Sundowns in the first leg.
Zamalek were hammered 3 nil in South Africa following a disappointing performance by the Egyptians in the first leg of the final.
The South African side made good use of the home factor, decreasing Zamalek’s hopes of being crowned in the process.
In addition, this was the second consecutive African loss; as the Whites were thrashed 5-2 by Wydad Athletic Cluband barely made it to the final with a 6-5 aggregate win.
Nevertheless, Ibrahim Salah believes that the White Castle can still win their sixth title.
“Nothing is impossible,” said Salah in the pre-match press conference.
“The day after the match was more beneficial to the team. We spoke a lot; and we have sworn to win and claim the title,” revealed Salah.
Comebacks are not impossibe in football, and Zamalek’s history gives them hope; the 29-year-old midfielder has faith in his team.
“The team can win; we still have 90 minutes to achieve our dream, Nothing is impossible in football,” concluded Salah.
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