Big wins for El Masry, Petro de Luanda in Confederation Cup

Big wins for El Masry, Petro de Luanda in Confederation Cup
Craig Martin of Cape Town City FC celebrates goal with teammates during the Absa Premiership 2017/18 football match between Cape Town City FC and Baroka FC at Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town on 21 November 2017 ©Chris Ricco/BackpagePix

by Graeme Jackson

Saturday Feb 10, 2018. 21:31

Saturday 10 February saw 12 first leg, preliminary round matches in the 2018 CAF Confederation Cup staged across the continent, featuring big home wins for Egypt’s El Masry and Petro de Luanda of Angola.

El Masry were in action in the last kick-off of the day, claiming a 4-0 victory at home to Zambia’s Green Buffaloes thanks to goals from Islam Salah, Aristide Bance, Mohamed Koffi and Islam Eissa.

Petro played in mid-afternoon and romped to a 5-0 win over Malawi’s Masters Security, with a hat-trick from Toni sandwiched by opening and closing goals from Tiago Azulao and Dinei respectively.

Tunisia’s Ben Guerdane were awarded a 3-0 win over South Sudan’s Al Hilal Juba, while CAF club debutants Cape Town City - who are managed by former South African striker Benni McCarthy - won 1-0 away to Swaziland’s Young Buffaloes thanks to a strike from Nana Akosah-Bempah.

The Cape side were one of just two away winners on the day - the other was DR Congo club AS Maniema Union, who defeated AS Mangasport 1-0 in Franceville, Gabon, through a late goal from Agee Basiala.

The return leg matches will be staged next midweek, February 20-21, with the 22 aggregate winners advancing into the first round.



CAF Confederation Cup results

Saturday 10 February



Ngazi Sport 1-1 AS Port Louis

Ben Guerdane 3-0 Al Hilal Juba - Awarded

Olympique Star 0-0 Etoile Filante

Costa do Sol 1-0 Jwaneng Galaxy

Young Buffaloes 0-1 Cape Town City

Mangasport 0-1 AS Maniema

New Star 2-1 Deportivo Niefang

Energie Sports 1-0 Hafia

Petro de Luanda 5-0 Masters Security

AS Tanda 0-0 CS La Mancha

Al Ittihad Tripoli 1-0 Sahel Niamey

El Masry 4-0 Green Buffaloes



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