A late goal from Aboubacar Camara ensured AC Horoya bagged a 2-1 win over AS Togo-Port in Group C of the CAF Champions League at the Stade General Eyeadema.
The tie started on a low note as the hosts pushed for an early goal, but they could not find a goal.
Daouda Camara scored first for the visitors in the ninth minute as they stunned the hosts against the run of play.
Neither team could add to the scoreline before the break.
However, the hosts upped the ante in their probe for an equaliser in the second half and created chances upfront which saw Issifou Bourahana net in the 50th minute.
The visiting side took control of the game after that and were rewarded for their efforts when Aboubacar Camara scored in 76th minute to win the game 2-1.
The Guinean side now occupy the top spot in the group with three points after the opening group stage round.
On the other hand, the Togolese side now remain placed at the bottom of the table with zero points after their one loss.
AS Togo-Port: (0) 1 (Bourahana 50’)
AC Horoya: (1) 2 (D Camara 9’, A. Camara 76’)
AS Togo-Port: Klomegan, Bode, Bourahana, Hunlede, Koussaglo (Ibrahim 51’), Kove, Novon, Ouro-Sama, Sangare, Sewounou, Yacoubouh
AC Horoya: Ndiaye, Camara, Assokho, Camara A, Camara A, Camara D (Sakin 65’), Mandela (Haba 89’), Ouedeaogo, Mangue, Wonkoye (Lingani 70’)