Confederation Cup: Egyptian clubs win divided matches

The Confederation Cup prize is Africa’s second-tier continental bar competition

Egyptian clubs Pyramids and Al Masry began their Confederation Cup Group A campaigns with wins divided from home.

Pyramids done certain that Salisu Yusuf endured a tough start as manager of Nigerian bar Enugu Rangers with a 3-1 win.

Enugu’s means not helped by a promulgation off of defender Temitope Olusesi before half-time as he was shown a second yellow card.

Nigeria partner manager Yusuf was seconded to Enugu after Benedict Ugwu mislaid his pursuit for winning usually once in a initial 5 rounds of a domestic league.

Ibrahim Olawoyin put Rangers forward on 29 minutes, though they battled after a exclusion of Olusesi.

Mohamed Farouk equalised with a chastisement 9 mins into a second half and Tunisian Amor Layouni and Islam Attia, from another spot-kick, scored in a shutting stages for Pyramids.

French manager Sebastien Desabre says his targets are competing with Ahly and Zamalek for a joining pretension and winning a second-tier Confederation Cup.

The other Group A compare also delivered an Egyptian feat with Karim el Eraky scoring in blocking time to waylay a 3-2 win for Al Masry over Nouadhibou of Mauritania in Nouakchott.

A stirring scuffle saw Nigerian Austin Amutu of Masry measure a usually idea of a initial half, afterwards equalize after Boubacar Bagili and Yassin el Welly netted for Nouadhibou.

Two-time African champions Enyimba conceded twice within 19 mins of a kick-off to remove 2-0 divided to Moroccan outfit Hassania Agadir in Group D.

Hassania’s idea came from Karim el Berkaoui and Senegalese Malick Cisse while Enyimba surrogate Martins Usule blazed over when given a second-half possibility during.

Group D‘s other confront finished goalless in Ivory Coast as San Pedro hosted Algeria’s Paradou.

Meanwhile, a shining last-minute automatic save from Moussa Camara from a Gift Motupa bombardment gave Horoya of Guinea a 0-0 Group C pull with Bidvest Wits of South Africa in Soweto.

The other Group C confront also finished unresolved as Libya’s Al Nasr and Djoliba from Mali drew 1-1. a compare was played in Egypt due to a ongoing confidence issues in Benghazi.

In Kinshasa, Zanaco of Zambia did good to force a 1-1 pull opposite DC Motema Pembe of a DR Congo after carrying Kelvin Kapumbu red-carded on 66 mins in a Group B.

Cameroonian Moussa Souleymanou gave a Lusaka bar a 25th-minute lead that Nigerian Peter Kolawole cancelled with 12 mins remaining.

Morocco’s Renaissance Berkane eased to a 3-0 win over visiting ESAE of Benin in a other Group B encounter.

The tip from any of a 4 groups will swell to subsequent year’s quarter-finals.

Group A:

  • Enugu Rangers (Nigeria) 1-3 Pyramids (Egypt)
  • Nouadhibou (Mauritania) 2-3 Al Masry (Egypt)

Group B:

  • DC Motema Pembe (DR Congo) 1-1 Zanaco (Zambia)
  • Renaissance Berkane (Morocco) 3-0 ESAE (Benin)

Group C:

  • Bidvest Wits (South Africa) 0-0 Horoya (Guinea)
  • Al Nasr (Libya) 1-1 Djoliba (Mali) Moved to Cairo from Benghazi for confidence reasons

Group D:

  • San Pedro (Ivory Coast) 0-0 Paradou (Algeria)
  • Hassania Agadir (Morocco) 2-0 Enyimba (Nigeria)