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Mohamed Sherif maintains the top scorer in the league despite the absence in 3 matches

Al-Ahly and Egypt striker Mohamed Sharif maintained the top scorer in the Premier League with 19 goals, two rounds before the end of the competition, four goals ahead of Ahmed Yasser Rayan, Al-Ahly player loaned to Ceramica, who scored 15 goals, but flew on loan in the Turkish League, while Moroccan Ashraf Bin Sharqi, the star of Zamalek, came third with a score 14 goals.

Mohamed Sherif missed Al-Ahly’s last three matches against Enppi, Tala’a El-Gaish and Al-Masry Al-Portsaidi due to a strain in the back muscle in the Ismaili match, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

Mohamed Sharif is presenting a strong season with Al-Ahly, during which he scored 26 goals with the red team this season in various competitions, and has become the first striker in the ranks of the red team, surpassing the rest of the attackers Salah Mohsen, Walter Bwalya and Marwan Mohsen.


Mohamed Sharif, 25, played 46 matches this season, including 29 in the league, 13 in Africa, 2 in the Club World Cup, one in the Egypt Cup and a match in the African Super, scoring 26 goals, 19 in the league, 6 in Africa and one in the African Super With a marketing value of one million and 800 thousand euros, Mohamed Sharif has been providing strong levels with Al-Ahly since his return from loan to Enppi last season, and he has become one of the important elements in the ranks of the red team, and Pitso Musimani, the technical director, relies on him mainly in local and continental matches.

Mohamed Sharif proved that he is a heavy-caliber scorer, after he proved his feet in leading the red attack at the local and African levels, as he presents one of his best football seasons, after his brilliance with Enppi last season and his return to the Red House, to etch his name in the hearts of Al-Ahly fans, especially in His scoring important and decisive goals in the Red Genie's career earned him the confidence of South African technical director Pitso Musimani.

The Confederation of African Football "CAF" announced that Al-Ahly striker Mohamed Sharif won the title of top scorer in the African Champions League with 6 goals, and Mohamed Sharif scored a goal for Al-Ahly in his victory over the South African Kaizer Chiefs 3-0 in the final meeting of the African Champions League, Mohamed Sharif scored 6 goals, occupying the top scorer in the tournament.

Although the Algerian Amir Seoud, the star of CR Belouizdad, scored 8 goals, CAF did not consider him the top scorer in the Champions League, after he scored a hat-trick against Kenya's Gormahia in the second preliminary round, during the match that ended with Belouizdad winning by six without a response.

Sharif scored his six goals against the Congolese Vita Club back and forth in the group stage, Simba of Tanzania in the groups, and Tunisia's Esperance back and forth in the semi-finals.