Ayman Ashraf: We achieved our goal in the Club World Cup

Ayman Ashraf: We achieved our goal in the Club World Cup
Ayman Ashraf: We achieved our goal in the Club World Cup

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly defender, Ayman Ashraf, said that they achieved their main goal in the Club World Cup by winning a medal.

The Reds had to beat hosts Al Duhail to qualify for the semi-finals, where they lost to European champions Bayern Munich despite a spirited performance.

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They then went up against Copa Libertadores champions Palmeiras in the third place qualifier and managed to win the bronze medal after Apenalty shootout.

“All the players were up to the responsibility, and we succeeded in achieving a new feat that is credited to us and the technical staff led by the coach Pitso Mosimane” Ashraf said after the game.

“The team has had a goal since its arrival in Qatar, which is to win a medal in the Club World Cup, and we succeeded today.

“Al Ahly’s spirit and its personality of its players always appears in difficult situations.

“The key was in the team’s performance and amazing journey in the Club World Cup. We were the best representative of the African continent in the tournament,” he concluded.

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