Uganda Cranes keepers Jamal Salim and Dennis Onyango are on course to reach this year’s edition of the Caf Confederations cup group stages following their team’s impressive first leg encounters in the play offs.
In South Africa, tadalafil http://concursofotografia.orihuela.es/wp-includes/simplepie/restriction.php Onyango was rested but his replacement Wayne Sandilands received an unfamiliar reception conceding a 1st minute goal out of Eric KwaKwa’s strike as they faced Ghana’s Medeama SC in the first leg of their CAF Confederation Cup play-off at Lucas Moripe Stadium.
The Brazilians trailed for 80 minutes before a miraculous turnaround that saw Leonardo Castro (81), this web http://chat.novaintermed.ro/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-order-item-meta.php Khama Billiat (85) and Cuthbert Malajila (87) score three goals inside six minutes.
Sundowns, no rx who were recently crowned the ABSA champions need not to lose by more than one goal to enter the group stages.
Salim Jamal has a tougher task in a week’s time to make sure his Sudanese outfit El Merreikh does not concede in Morocco.
The Omdurman giants edged Kawkab de Marrakech 1-0 through Ramadan Agab’s first half strike.
In other matches, the only East African side still standing, Young Africans from Tanzania carry a two goal lead to the second leg after defeating Angola side Sagrada Esperanca 2-0 in Dar Es Salaam.
SC Villa tormentors, FUS Rabat from Morocco picked one point from Mali in a barren draw.
Al-Merreikh (Sud) 1-0 Kawkab Marrakech (Mor)
MO Bejaia (Alg) 0-0 Esperance Tunis (Tun)
Stade Malien (Mli) 0-0 FUS Rabat (Mar)
Mamelodi Sundowns (Rsa) 3-1 Medeama (Gha)
Young Africans (Tan) 2-0 Sagrada (Ang)
Etoile Sahel (Tun) 2-0 CF Mounana (Gab)
Al Ahly Tripoli (Lib) 0-0 Misr Elmaqasah (Egy)