Pitso Mosimane made history on Friday as he clinched his second CAF Champions League title after his side, Al Ahly defeated Zamalek at Cairo International Stadium.
The climax was in keeping with a thrilling final that completed a competition which began in August last year and was constantly delayed by Covid-19.
Before the kick off in a stadium that would normally be packed to its 74 000 capacity for a Cairo derby, both teams observed a moment of silence in honour of Argentine icon Diego Maradona, who died on Wednesday.
When Zamalek did push forward they were no match for an Ahly defence that conceded just six goals in 14 matches en route to the final.
Memorable solo goal
Receiving possession on the touchline, he burst between two Ahly defenders, took the ball across another, then smashed a left-foot shot into the roof of the net.
Ahly should have regained the lead eight minutes into the second half but El Shahat hits a post with an unguarded goal in front of him and Mahmoud Ibrahim cleared.
Then, after 54 minutes with the sides equal, Magdy scored his third goal of the African campaign to give Ahly a record-extending 20th CAF title.