Zamalek, CS Sfaxien and Enugu Rangers booked their place in the African Confederation Cup play-offs on Sunday.


Egyptian monsters Zamalek, CS Sfaxien of Tunisia and Nigeria’s Enugu Rangers all reserved their place in the African Confederation Cup play-offs on Sunday.

Brilliant Silas was the two-objective star for Nigerian club Enugu Rangers as they achieved the following round of Africa’s second level club competition with a 2-0 home win over Algerian outfit USM Bel Abbes.

Officers, whose just African title came 41 years prior, qualified 2-0 on total having drawn 0-0 away in the main leg of the round-of-32 tie.

The Nigerians, who left the Confederation Cup at the play-offs organize in their last three appearances, will meet a Champions League round-of-30 washout for a gathering stage put.

Moroccan club Hassania Agadir scratched through 2-1 on total subsequent to losing 1-0 away to Senegalese foundation side Generation Foot in Dakar.

Bun Sanneh got halfway during that time half for Generation, however a second objective that would have taken the attach to a punishment shootout escaped the nearby group.

Cameroonian hopefuls New Star kept Libyan guests Al Ahly Tripoli under control with 10 men in the end stages to constrain a 0-0 attract Limbe and advance on away objectives.

New Star were one of four clubs who had a player sent off on Sunday in what could be compared to the UEFA Europa League.

Tunisian group CS Sfaxien, victors of the Confederation Cup a record multiple times, were agreeable 4-2 by and large champs in spite of losing 1-0 to Green Buffaloes in Zambia.

Mike Katiba scored the main second leg objective a little ways from time in Lusaka after Sfaxien had a player red-checked right off the bat in the second half.

Egyptian mammoths Zamalek were another club to journey into the play-offs one month from now regardless of enduring a second-leg overcome.

The Cairo equip fell 2-0 away to Chadian rivals ASCOT in N’Djamena with Youssouf Abagana and Mahamat Ada scoring in the end arranges.

Yet, the tie had successfully been won and lost seven days prior with Zamalek building up a 7-0 first leg advantage.

On Saturday, another Egyptian side, Al Masry, turned into the greatest setbacks of the round, missing out to Burkina Faso’s Salitas.

The Confederation Cup play-offs draw is booked for 28 December in Cairo.


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