Raja Casablanca already qualified, Coton Sport already eliminated!

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Raja Casablanca

We only had to wait until the 4e day of the group stage of the African Champions League to know the first qualified for the quarter-finals as well as the first eliminated.

This Tuesday, the Raja Casablanca indeed continued his faultless by disposing 3-1 of the Guineans of Horoya, forced to host this match in Bamako in Mali. A double from Walid Sabbar (6th, 63e) and a powerful free kick under the bar signed by Mohammed Nahiri (42e) allowed the Moroccans to take the lead despite the penalty missed by Mohamed Zrida at the end and the reduction of the opposing score of Pape Abdou Ndiaye (70e). Moussa Camara (26)e) and Jamal Harkass (45th + 4) were also excluded in this match which therefore ended ten against ten.

With 8 points ahead of Horoya, 3ewith two rounds to go, the RCA is sure to finish second in Group C, the worst. victory against the Ugandans of Vipers SC (1-0).

Coton Sport, the ordeal continues…

In group B, more hope for the Cameroonians of Coton Sport, beaten for the 4e consecutive time, this time in Sudan by Al Hilal (2-0). On penalty, the Congolese Glody Lilepo notably scored his 4e goal in this group stage for the men of Florent Ibenge. Al Hilal foresees qualification in this group and Al Ahly, crowning record holder and defending vice-champion, is on the edge of the abyss and will play his destiny on Saturday against Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa.

Group B standings

  • Al Hilal 9 points
  • Mamelodi Sundowns 7 pt (- 1 MJ)
  • Al Ahly 4 pts (- 1 MJ)
  • Cotton Sport 0 pt

Group C standings

  • Raja 12 points
  • Simba 6 points
  • Horoya 4pts
  • Vipers 1 pt

The complete program of the 4e african champions league day

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