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[Nigeria] Mixed Results From Nigeria Clubs On MD2 Of CAF Confederation Cup

It was a mixed results for Nigeria clubs on match day two of the CAF Confederation Cup.

Enyimba bounced back from the 2-0 defeat to Hussania Agadir in Morocco a week ago earn first victory in the 2019/2020 CAF Confederation cup against an impressive San Pedro FC of Ivory Coast.

After losing their first match 2-0 away to Hassania US Agadir of Morocco, Enyimba tried to get their first win in the group stage. With both sides failing to find the back of the net at half time, substitute Martin
Usule provided the much awaited opener for the People’s Elephant in the 64th minute, firing sumptuously into the bottom corner.

The visitors had an energetic start to the game as they found the back of the net in the 8th minute but it was flagged off.
Usule almost doubled the lead for Enyimba from Anayo’s cross in the 67th minute, but failed to make the perfect contact.

Enyimba now have three points from two group D games and will next travel to Algeria to play Paradou AC whom loss at home Hussania Agadir.

Rangers search for a win in the group A of the CAF Confederation Cup continues with another poor performance in Egypt against Al Masry in Alexandria.

The flying Antelope are yet to beat a North Africa clubs in the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup after 6 attempts with all ending in five defeats and a draw.

The host were already two goals up at half time through
Amutu 5″, Yasser 27″ from a poor defense before TakTak 48″, Ali 84″ extend the lead to 4-0.

Rangers pulled two back in last three minutes through Eziekwe 87″, and an own goal from Tompore to reduced the deficit to 4-2.

Rangers next game will be against bottom placed FC Nouadhibou of Mauritania at home.

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