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.Mixed Reaction For Nigeria CAF Representatives This Weekend

Mixed results for Nigeria representatives in CAF competitions this weekend as Enugu Rangers the only Nigeria representative in CAF confederation cup draw the first leg tie in Algeria against USM Bes Abbes on Saturday while Lobi Stars of Markudi fell to the hammer of Gor Mahia in Nairobi in the CAF Champions League.

Enugu Rangers whom has been force to reckon with after thier first round performance against defence Force FC of Ethiopia by beating 2-0 in Enugu and 3-1 away in Ethiopia went to Algeria to force the home team to a draw in the first leg and hoping to seal the game in the return leg in Enugu to qualify for the final stage of the knock out stage of the CAF confederation cup and hoping to be in the group stage of the CAF confederation cup.

Enugu Rangers are in good spirits ahead of the return leg next weekend at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Enugu to beat USM Bes Abbes of Algeria to qualify for the next round of CAF confederation knockout stage, as they promised thier fans of good outing in the CAF confederation cup, the return will take place at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Enugu on Saturday.

While in the champions League, Nigeria solely representative, Lobi Stars were beaten 3-1 by Gor Mahia of Kenya in Nairobi, Lobi Stars whom were outclassed in the first 30 minutes by Gor Mahia could only find thier rhythm in the second half of the game.

Gor Mahia open the scoring in the opening 5 minutes to game before doubling their lead in 20minutes, Kadiri scored for Lobi Stars in 30th minutes to give Lobi Stars hope of coming to the game but the hope were cut down in the 33 Minutes as Gor Mahia double the lead to 3-1 to seal the win for Gor Mahia and giving them advantage in the second leg Fixture in a week time in Markudi Benue State.

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