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Zee Al-Nahda .. Zamalek loses the Afro-Asian Cup against the Thai champion with the golden goal

On this day, September 24, 1994, Zamalek lost the title of the Afro-Asian Cup, which was held between the winning team of the African Champions League and the winning team in the Asian Championship, after its defeat against Farmers Bank, the champion of Thailand, with a goal without a response in a stadium saturated with rainwater, to crown the champion of Thailand, benefiting from the The rule of scoring is outside his stadium, after Zamalek won Cairo in the first leg with two goals against a goal.


The first leg match was held on September 11, 1994 at Ghazl El-Mahalla Stadium, and was moderated by Congolese referee Omar Bongo. Zamalek's goals were scored by Joe Ocheri and Talaat Mansour from a penalty kick, and Myung scored the goal of Farmers Bank.


Zamalek was represented by: Hussein El-Sayed, Hussein Abdel-Latif, Talaat Mansour, Nabil Mahmoud, Hisham Yakan, Ashraf Youssef, Khaled El-Ghandour (Mohamed Sabry), Ismail Youssef, Issam Marei, Joe Ocheri (Hazem Imam) and Ayman Mansour.

At the local level, Zamalek won the Egyptian Premier League 13 times, the Cairo District League 14 times, the Giza District League once, and managed to harvest the Egypt Cup 27 times. Zamalek is the first Egyptian team to win the Egypt Cup under the name of Sultan Hussein Cup, and won The Egyptian Super Cup 4 times.

The white knight also won the Independence Cup twice, the Sultan Cup twice, the October Cup once, and the Egypt Love Cup once, a tournament that was held once and won by Zamalek Club, when Gamal Abdel Hamid scored the only goal against Ahmed Schubert, Al-Ahly goalkeeper in the 82nd minute, And the Alexandria Summer Cup three times, the Federation Cup once, and the King Fouad Cup three times.

At the level of the Arab world, Zamalek won the Arab Clubs Cup once, the Jordan International Cup twice, and the Egyptian-Saudi Super Cup twice.

At the African level, Zamalek club managed to win the African Champions League 5 times, and retained the championship cup called the Ahmed Sekou Toure Cup after winning the cup for the third time in its history in 1993, and it was the first Egyptian team to retain the championship cup, and won the African Super Cup 4 times, and the Cup Winners’ Cup The African Cup once, the African Confederation Cup once, and the Afro-Asian Cup for Clubs twice, and he is the record holder for winning this tournament.

Altogether, Zamalek won throughout its history 77 championships, between local, continental and regional, to become one of the most championship-winning clubs in the Arab world.