Al Ahly midfielder Abdallah El-Said says his team will be looking for revenge when they take on Orlando Pirates in their final round of CAF Champions League Group A fixtures this Sunday, at the Orlando Stadium.
Pirates beat the Ahly 3-0 when the two teams last met in Egypt last month, with Thandani Ntshumayelo, Andile Jali and Sifiso Myeni finding the back of the net.
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"We will play to win against Orlando Pirates, as we are eager to revenge our previous loss in Gouna," Abdullah El-Said told Ahram Online.
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Meanwhile Ahly left-winger Ahmed Shedid says Ahly wanted to qualify as Group A winners, so they need to beat Pirates in order to do so.
"We will play a big game against Orlando Pirates as we need to stay on top of the group," said Shedid.
Ahly, who have already qualified for the Champions League semi-finals following their 4-2 win over Zamalek, currently lead Group A with 10 points, three points ahead of Pirates and Congo's AC Leopards, while Zamalek lie at the bottom with four points.
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