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Al-Ahly is training in penalty kicks before facing RS Berkane in the African Super Cup

South African coach Pitso Musimini, technical director of Al-Ahly club, intends to allocate part of today's training for his team to train on penalty kicks for fear of resorting to them in the match between the Moroccan Berkane renaissance in the African Super Cup that brings the two teams together at the Jassim bin Hamad Stadium in the Qatari Al Sadd Club at 6 pm next Friday, Al-Ahly duo owns Mohamed El-Shennawy and Ali Lotfy, who are the most brilliant goalkeepers in tackling the penalty shootout, which has tipped the red giant in many matches and tournaments.

Mohamed El Shennawy, the captain of Al-Ahly and his goalkeeper, regained much of his luster during the two games of Sun Downs, whether in Egypt or South Africa, and proved his worth and returns to him the largest share in this qualification, and Al-Shennawi deprived the attackers of the Sun Downs within the 180 minutes of reaching his net only once and he was close to Saving her, and brilliantly responded to more than one difficult ball after a period of declining level after being infected with the Corona virus.

El-Shennawy is one of the most important winning cards for the Al-Ahly club, which gave him the African coronation, the dam that is difficult for competitors to cross, as El-Shennawy is the first racehorse for the fans of the Al-Ahly club in the past period, and how many matches in which the impenetrable dam shone, and his team tipped the scales and came out a winner because of its brilliance and historical responses.

El-Shennawy presented very distinguished levels with Al-Ahly, and contributed to the crowning of Al-Ahmar in all championships, most notably Al-Ahly's leadership to win the Egypt Cup by penalty shootout at the expense of Al-Jaysh in the final match.

One of El-Shenawy's most prominent achievements was his leadership of Al-Ahly to regain the African Champions League title in the current season, which was absent from Qalaat Al-Jazira since 2013, by beating Zamalek in the final match with two goals to one in the famous final of the century.

Mohamed El Shennawy achieved a special number in the FIFA Club World Cup, after Al-Ahly succeeded in winning the bronze medal of the FIFA Club World Cup at the expense of Palmeiras, the Brazilian champion of South America, with a score of 3-2 on penalties from the penalty point, and the match witnessed a remarkable brilliance of Mohamed El-Shenawy, captain and goalkeeper. Al-Ahly and the Egyptian national team, in protecting its own goal and coming out with a clean sheet, before it was able to deal with two penalty kicks, which gave the team the third place and the bronze medal.

Palmeiras match was the second match during which El Shennawi succeeded in coming out with a clean sheet after the quarter-final match against Al-Duhail Qatar, which ended with Al-Ahly winning with a goal without a response, so El-Shenawy became the first Arab goalkeeper to succeed in coming out with a clean sheet in two matches during one version of the FIFA Club World Cup. .

And Al-Ahly now has three clean sheets during its participation in the Clubs World Cup, which is what all African clubs that previously participated in the FIFA Club World Cup have failed, and failed to come out with a clean sheet in 3 matches.