Weiler identifies Al Ahly’s issue against El-Makkasa, happy with substitutions’ impact

Weiler identifies Al Ahly’s issue against El-Makkasa, happy with substitutions’ impact
Weiler identifies Al Ahly’s issue against El-Makkasa, happy with substitutions’ impact

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly manager Rene Weiler has stated that his team were not at their best in the first half from a mental point of view, but also praised his substitutions and the impact they had on sealing the victory against Misr El-Makkasa.

Al Ahly have maintained their 100% win record in the Egyptian Premier League following a 2-0 home victory over Misr El-Makkasa on Wednesday.

The Cairo giants entered the game as the league leaders with 24 points from eight games, while El-Makkasa was sitting 15th with nine points from 10 games.

“I can’t compare the first half’s performance with the second’s. We were poor mentally in the first half,” Weiler said.

“I did few changes in the second half and substitutions are always supposed to help the team. I am happy with what my substitutions had resulted into and that it made the difference.”

“We don’t see Ashour a lot but we sometimes need him because he has an important role inside the locker room, on the sidelines and when he plays.”

Following the victory, Al Ahly sit top with 27 points from nine games, while El-Makkasa remain 15th win only nine from 11 games.

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