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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Al-Duhail veteran forward Ali Afif has expressed his thoughts regarding his side’s anticipated encounter against Al Ahly in the FIFA Club World Cup, saying that he wishes whoever wins to go as far as possible.
Al Ahly have recently discovered their expected FIFA Club World Cup journey, where they will face Qatari champions and hosts Al-Duhail in the second round.
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The winner of the matchup will then qualify for the semi-finals, where they will play against European champions Bayern Munich.
Al-Duhail will feature in the competition for the first time ever, meanwhile the Red Devils will play for the sixth time in the Club World Cup.
“We welcome Al Ahly in Qatar. It will be a tough and beautiful game, I wish my team luck but also them since they are coming to our country,” Afif told beIN Sports.
“The loser of our game will be out of the competition but I hope the winner goes as far as possible,” he added.
The tournament is set to take place between February 1st and February 11th in Qatar with two stadiums set to host the games: Ahmad Bin Ali and Education City stadiums.
This will mark the sixth time that Al Ahly will play in the Club World Cup, with their best record coming in 2006, when they achieved the bronze medal over Club América, thanks to a double from Mohamed Aboutrika.
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