Africa’s club of the century Al Ahly beat Kaizer Chiefs 3-0 in a CAF Champions League final staged at the Mohamed V Stadium in Morocco on Saturday night.
Chiefs went to the match as underdogs and lived to the billing as they failed to mount any serious threat towards high flying Al Ahly who ran riot to win their 10th Champions league title.
Despite asking most of the questions in the first half, Al Ahly could not find the back of the net but all this changed in the second half.
A red card to Kaizer Chiefs’ Happy Mashiane deep into added time of the first half was the start of a long night for the Stuart Baxter coached side.
Al Ahly opened the scoring theough Mohamed Sherif (53), his sixth of the campaign.
Afsha doubled Al Ahly’s lead in the 64th minute before Amr El Soleya put the game to bed in the 74th minute.
Chiefs: Akpeyi, Frosler, Mphahlele, Mathoho, Cardoso, Katsande, Blom, Ngcobo, Mashiane, Parker, Nurkovic
Subs: Bvuma, Ngezana, Sasman, Zulu, Akumu, Ntiya-Ntiya, Kambole, Castro, Billiat.
Al Ahly: El Shenway, Maaloul, Ayman, Benoun, Akram, Hamdy, El Soulia, El Shahat, Afsha, Taher, Sherif.