Ahed sealed back-to-back Lebanese Premier League crowns following a late strike that gave them a 1-0 win over Ansar.
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After a peerless season thus far, Ahed are on the brink of utter invincibility.Forty-seven goals have been banged in from 21 games, eight more than second-best Nejmeh, while their miserly defense has conceded a mere eight times, another league high by some distance.Money was spent but no more than Beirut's Nejmeh and Ansar.While Nejmeh made the most waves in the offseason by ensnaring Hasan Maatouk and Ansar opted for a scattergun approach, Ahed have tweaked their squad with almost surgical precision over the last two years.Chaito is firmly back in the Lebanon fold on the back of some eye-catching showings which have yielded 12 league goals this season, only one less than top scorer and Ansar striker Elhadji Tall.
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