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Allium Nyant and Radwan good account statement with Al-Ahly before facing the Tunisian Esperance

Al-Ahly team faces Esperance, Tunisia, at nine o'clock this evening, Saturday, at Al-Ahly Stadium, in the second leg of the African Champions League semi-finals. Al-Ahly enters the match tonight, looking to achieve a positive result, move forward in the journey to defend the title, and continue the journey; To consolidate the record for the number of times crowning the championship and winning the Champions League for the tenth time in its history.

The Referees Committee of the African Confederation “CAF” chose the Cameroonian international referee today, Nyant, as a referee for the arena in the second leg of the African Champions League semi-final between Al-Ahly and Tunisian Esperance, provided that the Moroccan referee, Radwan Gaid, will be a referee in the video technology room (VAR), and Al-Ahly won over Esperance of Tunisia with a clean goal. In the first leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League, which was held at Rades Stadium in Tunisia.


The Cameroonian referee, Alliom Nyant, is familiar with the Egyptian fans and clubs, for whom he managed many matches in the various African championships, and the Egyptian national team.


The last match managed by Cameroonian referee Alliom Nyant for the Egyptian teams was the final of the Confederation Cup between Pyramids and the Moroccan Berkane Renaissance last season, and the latter succeeded in winning the title after a wide arbitration controversy during and after the match, while Alliom Nyant managed 5 matches for Al-Ahly in the African Champions League, Al-Ahmar won in Two games, a draw during one match and two losses, and the last confrontation that Alliom Nyant managed for Al-Ahly against Simba of Tanzania, which the Red Genie lost with a goal without a response in Tanzania in the group stage in the current version of the Champions League.


While Moroccan Radwan Gaid managed 5 matches for Al-Ahly Club, the Red Genie won 3 matches, drew in two matches and did not lose.


As for Esperance, it won its first match with Radwan Gaid as a referee, and that was with a clean five at the expense of Senegal’s Graf de Dakar in the second round of the 2011 African Champions League, before Al-Makkhakha, with the whistle of the same referee, was defeated 3-1 against Zamalek in the tournament. The same in 2020, and a 1-1 draw with Mouloudia Algiers in the current sports season edition.