Mohamed Sharif, a player for Al Ahly Club, sparked controversy with a message he sent to Al Ahmar fans via his social media following the end of the team’s participation in the Club World Cup.
The red team finished fourth in the tournament after beating the Seattle Sounders and Oakland City, as well as Real Madrid and Flamengo.
It’s worth noting that Sharif missed a dangerous opportunity against Flamengo with the Red Genie leading two goals to one.
Koller said, commenting after the match, “We had a 1000% chance that he should end up scoring and killing the match, but he was lost and the match changed completely after that.”
He added, “Mistakes at this level are hard to make up for and when you make those mistakes it means that what you provide is not enough to play at that level.”
Muhammad Sharif is causing controversy with this message addressed to Al-Ahly fans.
Muhammad Sharif sent an apology to the masses as he promised them that the next one would be better.
Mohamed Sharif said on his social media: “God’s fate and whatever he wanted, I apologize to all the fans of the club for the right goal, which could have led to the consolidation of victory.”
He concluded, “I feel every sad fan and only God knows how I feel. I promise you to be the best in the coming period in all competitions.”