Tunisia's Esperance club won the Africa Champions League (CAF) Cup for the third time in its history, beating Friday's Primera Liga game against Egypt's 3-0 Ahir .
Al-Tabri scored for Saad Al-Badri (86th) and Saad Al-Badri (55 minutes) and Al-Badri (86).
The match was overshadowed by a huge crowd, and the Egyptian Al Ahli managed to resist most of the first half through the defense against Esperance's attacks.
Saad Bakir managed to score the first goal in the first half of the first half (45 + 1) after a pass by Anis Al Badri.
The first goal had a big impact on Esperance's motivation, which increased the pressure of their attack in the second half: Saad Bajir scored his second goal in the 55th after an organized attack after receiving a Sameh cross Al-Darbali to bring it on the net.
The Egyptian Al Ahli dominated the center, especially with changes from the French coach Patrice Carteron, who replaced Karim Walid, replacing Mido Jaber and Salah Mohsen in place of Mohamed Hani.
Al-Badri scored the third goal in the 86th minute and the game ended with the coronation of the Tunisian team, led by young coach Moulin Shaabani (37).
It is the third title of the team after the titles of 1994 and 2001, while Ahli lost the ninth title and lost the second title respectively after losing in the previous session against Wydad Casablanca.
Esperance fans celebrated a historic victory during an African sporting wedding in the presence of Tunisian Prime Minister Yousuf Shahed, FIFA president Gianni Inentino, Ahmed Ahmed, president of the African Football Confederation (CAF), and nearly 60,000 spectators.
Once the Tesima verdict was announced at the end of the match, Esperance fans went to the streets and squares of Tunis to celebrate the club's historic crown, considered the oldest of the Tunisian clubs as they prepare to celebrate morale next year.
(MAP / Photo: FIFA)