A month of Champions following the UEFA Europa League, the Conference League and the Champions League in Europe which Eintracht Frankfurt, AS Roma and Real Madrid emerged as Champions. In Africa’s purview – Wydad AC are the latest Champions receiving massive headlines after defeating the most titled and two consecutive Champions in 2019/2020, and 2020/2021 seasons – Al Ahly by 2-0, both goals coming in both halves in the 2021/2022 CAF Champions League Final, following domestic league rival – RS Berkane success in the CAF Confederation Cup a few days ago.
A filled stadium full of dignitaries and tenses, Wydad AC of Morocco stood up and frustrated the tenth champions for the second time as finalists at Mohamed V Stadium in Casablanca, Morocco summoning their CAF Champions League titles to three back in 1992, 2017 and this season respectively.
Per match observation, it was all fair and square game as both sides pressed and created huge opportunities and dominance in each half. And as the best team always wins, Wydad AC converted their utmost opportunities through Zouhair El Moutaraji – who scored all two effortlessly and emerged as the player of the match after the full 90 minutes.
In summary, Wydad AC based in Morocco are the 2021/2022 Champions of Africa and will meet league rival RB Berkane in the Super Cup.