CAF Super Cup
Al Ahly achieved their fourth continental title under their South African head coach, who only took charge of the team in October 2020.
The Red Eagles are the team with most titles in the competition (7) and they are the defending champions.
The Red Eagles will be joined by the nine international players, who are participating with their national teams in the ongoing FIFA Arab Cup in Qatar.
CAF announced on Friday that Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in Qatar's city of Al Rayyan will host the CAF Super Cup game on 22 December.
The Egyptian champions have won a record 7 CAF Super Cup titles and they are the defending champions of the competition.
The Moroccan side also revealed that they agreed on the suggested date under the same condition of Al Ahly.
Akpeyi established his name as the hero of the club's fans after he led his team to the final, having secured six straight clean sheets in their route to the final.
Mohsen kept his habit of scoring vital goals after coming from the bench.
Al Ahly secured their victory with two second-half goals by Mohamed Sherif and Salah Mohsen after the first half ended in a goalless draw.
Mosimane will use his typical 4-4-2 formation after changing the formation to 5-3-2 in the last game against Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa.
Good news are coming from Al Ahly camp in Doha as Ali Maaloul and Hamdy Fathy, Al Ahly players, are fully fit and ready for the CAF Super Cup game.
Mohsen believes that the players will do their best to win the CAF Super Cup title on Friday when they face Morocco's RS Berkane.
2020 CAF Champions League winners, Al Ahly, will face 2020 CAF Confederation Cup winners, RS Berkane, in the match.
CAF announced that the match will be played in Egypt in the first half of December.
Zamalek won their 4th CAF Super Cup title and Egyptian clubs' 10th title at the competition.
Zamalek, CAF Confederation Cup winners, will face the Tunisian giants who achieved the last two titles of CAF Champions League on 14 February.
Zamalek reached CAF Super Cup after they defeated Morocco’s RS Berkane on penalties to win CAF Confederation Cup title.
Raja Casablanca defender Badr Banoun scored a second-half winner as the Moroccan side beat Tunisia's more fancied Esperance 2-1 to claim the CAF Super Cup played in Al Rayyan, Qatar on Friday.
The African Champions League winner Wydad Athletic Club added on Saturday another title to its record as the winner of the CAF Super Cup.