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3 Ahliya book the first seats in the scorers table... and Rimontada Sharif ignites the conflict

Mohamed Sharif, the Al-Ahly club striker, 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 Sharif presents one of his best football seasons, after his brilliance with Enppi last season and his return to the Red House.

Mohamed Sharif ignited the competition for the title of top scorer in the general league for the current season, after he scored his twelfth goal in the general league competition, to be equal with Ashraf bin Sharqi, player of Zamalek, in the goals, but Sharif has played 22 games in the league, while Ashraf bin played Sharqi 25 games.

Ahmed Yasser Rayan, Al-Ahly striker loaned to Ceramica, is at the top of the league's top scorer with 15 goals, and Mohamed Sharif comes in second place, followed by Ashraf Bin Sharqi with 12 goals each.

While Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed, the Al-Masry striker, occupies the fourth place with 11 goals, followed by Ahmed Samir, the player of the Vanguards of the Army with the same balance, while Amr Gamal, the Al-Ahly striker, loaned to the Vanguard, occupies the sixth place with 10 goals, followed by Ramy Sabry and Mustafa Fathi with the same balance.

Thus, Al-Ahly's attackers have dominated 3 positions in the scorers' table, whether with the presence of Mohamed Sharif or the loaned duo, Amr Gamal and Ahmed Yasser Rayan.