We want to break more league records, says El-Badry
Al Ahly manager Hossam El-Badry said that he is looking forward to breaking more league records following their 1-0 win over Wadi Degla on Tuesday night.
The Red Devils have already won their 40th Egyptian Premier League this season and are now looking to break some records to finish the season on a high note.
“I talked with the players to set new goals related to league records, we want to reach the largest number of points and goals,” El-Badry said during the post-match interview.
“The players also want to break these records, this is something that will be esteemed for the technical and administrative staff and for the players and it will be recorded with our names in history, and this is why it’s important,” he added.
The Cairo giants have two main records to beat, the first one is the highest amount of goals scored in a single league campaign (71) which is held by Tersana, they only need two goals to break it.
The second one is the most points recorded in a season (87), which is held by their arch-rivals Zamalek, they only need six points from their next three games to break the record.
“We have two games against Petrojet and Zamalek, and then we go back to the Egypt Cup. We are preparing the team for this important stage in order to reach our goals,” he concluded
Al Ahly who have been already been crowned Egyptian champions a couple of weeks ago and will be looking forward to trying and win the treble as they prepare for their Egypt Cup quarter-final clash against Al-Assiouty as well as their game against Esperance Sportive de Tunis in the CAF Champions League.
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