Abdul Qader Saeed
Friday 10 September 2021
The Zamalek team won the African Super Cup for handball after defeating Al-Ahly Club (28-27) in an exciting match hosted by Hassan Mostafa Hall in Cairo.
The match witnessed the brilliance of the two teams amid a dazzling display from everyone, before Zamalek scored the winning goal in the last second of the meeting, to qualify for the White Club World Cup “Super Globe”.
— OnTime Sports (@ONTimeSports) September 10, 2021
the summary of the match
Al-Ahly started the match successfully and advanced 3-1, but Zamalek managed to reduce the difference until the tie between the two teams came in the 10th minute with a score (4-4).
Al-Ahly regained the lead again to remain superior by two goals until the 20th minute, when the result indicated the red lead with a score of (10-8).
Zamalek managed to equalize for the second time in the match in the 23rd minute, scoring the tenth goal, making the score (10-10).
Zamalek advanced for the first time in the match in the 25th minute with a score (12-11) to break Al-Ahly’s superiority since the beginning of the match, but Al-Ahly regained the lead to end the first half with a score (16-14).
In the second half, Zamalek’s efforts succeeded in returning to a tie in the 13th minute, with the result indicating (20-20), and Al-Abyad got the first progress in the second half in the 20th minute, with a score (25-24).
Al-Ahly managed to return to a tie in the 28th minute by scoring the 26th goal after a series of dangerous opportunities missed by the two teams, amid the brilliance of the guards, and the tie moved to (27-27) before Zamalek scored in the last second the winning goal.