Al-Hareef.. How did Mohamed Sharif enter the history of Egypt and...

Al-Hareef.. How did Mohamed Sharif enter the history of Egypt and...
Al-Hareef.. How did Mohamed Sharif enter the history of Egypt and...


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From the Old Cairo district, and its origins extending to the center of the row in Giza, Al-Ahly club found its destination after lean years, in search of a striker who is not afraid of the goal.

The Al-Ahly club administration did not know when it bought the 21-year-old right-winger Mohamed Sherif from Wadi Degla in 2018, that he would be the first team striker, and the top scorer in the Egyptian League and the African Champions League in one season, or that he would top the list of top scorers in the Egyptian League in the third millennium.

In this data-driven story, “Yalla Koura” reveals how Mohamed Sharif etched his name in the list of top scorers in Egypt and Al-Ahly Club, since the beginning of the journey until now, by analyzing the data published on the Transfer Market website, which specializes in tracking the career path of clubs and football players in all countries the scientist.

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Through small plastic balls, the father discovered the talent of his son Muhammad from an early age. He was surprised when he found a young child kicking the ball with his two feet with the same skill, so he decided to take care of himself with that talent.

He takes him daily to a garden near the house and passes the ball to him, directs him to receive it with one foot and kick it with the other, and he gets into quarrels with his mother, who was afraid that he would focus on football and neglect his studies.

But the result was the production of a young player, who moved between the clubs of Dina Farms and the Tigris Valley. The coaches took advantage of him in all positions in the stadium, due to his mastery of playing with the feet with the same skill. Right wing.

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The major Egyptian clubs began to hint at a good player, and with the start of the winter transfer season of 2018, Sharif received a phone call from his agent at the beginning of January, informing him of an offer from Zamalek club.

Sharif decided to accept the offer, to take a bigger step in his football career, and actually signed for Zamalek, but the club itself retreated after finding the compass of Al-Ahly club heading towards Mohamed Antar, player of the Pyramids club, so Zamalek decided to intervene and kidnap Antar, and postponed the Mohamed Sharif deal indefinitely. named.

At the end of the same month, after completing the Zamalek deal with Antar, Mohamed Sharif received a new phone call from his agent, telling him of Al-Ahly’s desire to include him after the failure of the Antar deal. A match in his life out of overthinking, so he ended the match, and signed with Al-Ahly at dawn on January 31, 2018.

But over the course of a year and a few months, Sharif was unable to reserve a seat for himself in the Al-Ahly club’s basic formation, and with the succession of technical managers, hope began to fade little by little, so the young player asked Al-Ahly to go out on loan so that he could play basic and prove himself.

Al-Ahly club management responded to his desire at the end of August 2019, to join Enppi Club. There, the coach, Captain Helmy Tolan, decided to hire him as an outspoken striker, so Sharif appeared in a new way, making Al-Ahly club decide to end his loan after one year and two months.

Sharif returned to Al-Ahly, and began to take advantage of half-opportunities to prove himself. His goals doubled over the seasons as if he were competing with himself, and he was able to raise his scoring rate 11 times more than his first season in Egyptian stadiums.

Sherif began infiltrating the basic formation of Al-Ahly club day after day, until Al-Ahly club included the African striker Walter Bwalya in January 2021. The current Al-Ahly coach, Pitso Mosimane, of South Africa, decided to give him the full opportunity, and to oblige Sharif to the bench again.

At a time when Walter Bwalya did not achieve the desired goals, Muhammad Sharif became the golden alternative, which Pitso Mosimane pushed to save the situation in the last minutes. He succeeded in making his participation an essential requirement for the fans of Al-Ahly club, and the talk of all sports television programs, including a telephone intervention between him and the parliamentarian, and the former captain of the Al-Ahly club, Hossam Ghaly, during which he told him to continue training well, and that the full opportunity is inevitably coming.. And it already happened.

At the end of the season, Sherif scored in the league alone more than three times the goals scored by Walter Bwalya, who was able to score 6 goals in 25 games, during which he played 1157 minutes, compared to 31 games for Mohamed Sherif, during which he played 1981 minutes, and scored 21 goals.

Sharif Africas top scorer!

After Mohamed Sherif scored 15 goals in the Egyptian League, and equaled with Ceramica Cleopatra striker Ahmed Yasser Rayan, to lead the two top scorers in the Egyptian League, Al-Ahly club matches were stopped in the league competition, so that the team could devote itself to the final matches in the African Champions League.

Sherif not only won the African Championship with his team, but also won the title of top scorer in the African Champions League, to occupy the fourth place in the list of top scorers in the Egyptian African Champions League, after scoring 6 goals, which is three quarters of what Mohamed Aboutrika scored, and one less than Ahmed scored. Bilal and Mohamed Barakat, and he was the third in terms of scoring rate, as he played less than Mohamed Barakat by about 30% of the minutes that Barakat played during the African Champions League (2005), during which he scored a goal every 157 minutes, while Sharif’s goal rate was a goal every 127 minutes In the same tournament (2021).

The road to the top scorer in the Egyptian League!

After Al-Ahly club won the African Champions League for the tenth time in its history, the Egyptian League matches returned again, and Sharif’s scheme began to maintain the top scorer in the league on appeal. He made up for it in the same match, and he rarely played a match without scoring at least one goal.

And over the course of 31 matches in the Egyptian League (20/21) he scored 21 goals, including only two from penalty kicks, and two assists, in addition to 4 other goals that were canceled.

At the end of the season, he was the top scorer in the Egyptian League, with a difference of 4 goals over his closest competitors, contributing 10% of the goals of all seventeen scorers, 2% more than his closest competitors, and twice the list of 10 losers.

And he scored the least penalty kicks, with only two penalties among the 21 goals, after Shimils Bekele, Mustafa Al-Badri, Youssef Obama and Amr Gamal, who did not score any penalties, and their goals ranged between 10 and 11 goals, which is equivalent to about half of Mohamed Sharif’s goals.

Thus, his scoring average in the league competition that ended a few days ago, reached a goal every 94 minutes.

That is about 70% of the time needed by Mostafa Fathi, the second top scorer in the league, and Smouha FC player to score only 17 goals, and Ahmed Yasser Rayan, the third scorer in the league and former Ceramica Cleopatra club player, to score 15 goals, and less than 60% of the time needed by Ashraf Bin Sharqi , to score 15 goals as well, and less than half the time it took Omar Kamal, the Al-Masry club player, to score only 13 goals.

Until he scored 75% more than the goals scored by Bassem Morsi, who had the highest participation in the game by 2771 minutes, and who came in sixth place in the league’s top scorer list, with 12.

The third millennium scorer!

In one of the analytical studios, one of the broadcasters asked Imad Miteb, the former star of Al-Ahly club and the former Egyptian national team, whether he saw Mohammed Sharif fit to be his successor while holding the title of top scorer and sniper in Al-Ahly Club. better than me”.

After this statement, Captain Sami Komsan, the coach within the technical staff of the first team in Al-Ahly Club, said that Mohamed Sherif asked him to train him to shoot with headshots in particular, 20 minutes after the basic daily training.. A few weeks later, Sharif scored two goals with his head, and exceeded the number of goals. The goals that Imad Miteb scored in one season, when he won the league’s top scorer title.

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Mohamed Sherif not only surpassed Emad Moteb, who won the Egyptian League top scorer title in the 2004/05 season, by scoring 15 goals, but also surpassed all league top scorers in the last 20 years, and since the beginning of the third millennium.

He scored 90% more than the goals scored by Ismaili club John Antai, the league’s top scorer in the 2013/2014 season, by 11 goals, who scored a goal every 125 minutes, an increase of 31 minutes over the time needed by Mohamed Sherif to score a goal, which is 94 minutes. .

He scored an increase of 75% over the goals scored by Ernst Baba Arko, player of Talaea El-Geish club, during the 2008/2009 season, at a rate of one goal every 179 minutes.

He scored more than 60% more than the goals scored by Zamalek player Mahmoud Abdel Razek Shikabala, when he was crowned the Egyptian League top scorer in the 2010/2011 season with 12 goals, an average of one goal every 173 minutes, an increase over the time it takes Mohamed Sherif to score one goal. By 79 minutes.

Zamalek player Abdel Halim Ali, who won the top scorer title in the 2003/2004 season, surpassed one goal increment, as he scored 20 goals, which needed only 95 minutes of playing, to reach the number of Mohamed Sherif’s goals.

No player in Al-Ahly club among the top scorers in the Egyptian League scored 20 goals or exceeded them. Ahmed Bilal was more than he scored in the 2002/03 season with only 19 goals, as he scored one goal every 92 minutes, which is two minutes less than what Mohamed Sherif needed to score Goal .

Followed by Mohamed Aboutrika, who won the league top scorer title (2005/2006) after scoring 18 goals, and he scored a goal every 81 minutes, 13 minutes less than what Sharif needed to score in the (20/21) season.

Thus, Mohamed Sharif became the only player in Al-Ahly club, who won the league’s top scorer title in one season, with more than 20 goals in the third millennium.

Honest among adults!

In the last rounds of the Egyptian League (2020/2021), specifically in the 22nd minute in the Ismaili match, Sharif scored his 19th goal in the competition, to advance to Al-Ahly with one goal for nothing, before he complained of a strain in the back muscle, and the medical staff demanded his replacement in the minute 40, 5 minutes before the end of the first half, so as not to double the injury, after which he missed three matches, in which Al-Ahly lost hope of winning the league title.

On the other hand, Al-Ahly fans were waiting for Sharif to return to the stadiums again, hoping to catch up in the last two rounds of the season, so that he would become the first player in Al-Ahly club who could surpass the records of his top scorers in the last 20 years, and reach or exceed 20 goals.

Indeed, Musimani pushed Mohamed Sherif in the penultimate match against El Gouna in the 62nd minute of the match. He participated in only 28 minutes, scored one goal, and finally one of Al-Ahly’s top scorers reached 20 goals in the new millennium.

In the last match, before which the league title was already decided, Pitso Musimani pushed Mohamed Sharif from the start of the match, to be one of the few elements that participated in the formation of the main Al-Ahly club. His goals in the Egyptian league, and in it he topped the league’s top scorer with 21 goals during the season.

This number was not just an increase in his score as the league’s top scorer in the season (2020/2021), but rather put him in second place after Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib, in the list of the historical league scorers for Al-Ahly club in one season, with a difference of only two goals, as he scored 23 goals in the league season. (1974-75).

He precedes Captain Taha Ismail with one goal, who won the league’s top scorer title in the 1962-63 season, and surpasses Hossam Hassan, who scored 15 goals in the 1998-1999 season, with 6 goals.

And he concludes his season in the league (2020/ 2021) and he holds the title of the second-historic scorer of the league in Al-Ahly Club, in one season.. Al-Ahly fans and match commentators give him many titles, most notably Cayenne, Frightening, Mandarin, and others..

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