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CAF CL: Five star men of the group stage

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Saleh Gamal goal hands Ahly the advantage

An away goal from Saleh Gamal could prove decisive as Al Ahly lost 2-1 in Tunisia against Etoile Sahel in the first leg of their CAF Champions League semifinal, but are well placed to bounce back in the return later this month and continue their record-breaking feats in the competition.

Having eliminated Esperance in the quarterfinals by winning away, the Egyptians -- who have won a record number of titles -- were allowed to stay in Tunisia for the week to prepare for the opening leg against Etoile,...

CAF Champions League semi finals: Northern derbies take centre stage

Any doubts about the power and prominence North Africa enjoys in the continental game today ought to be quashed by a quick glance at the CAF Champions League semi-final lineup.

After Mamelodi Sundowns and Ferroviario Beira fell in the quarters, we're left with a full house of teams from the north of the continent - one each from Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria - as we reach the conclusion of Africa's premier club competition.

On Friday evening, USM Alger host Wydad Casablanca in the first leg...

Sundowns' limp exit from Champions League offers chance for renewal

Mamelodi Sundowns' limp exit from the CAF Champions League at the quarterfinal stage means they have failed in their bid to retain the crown they won in such handsome fashion in 2016.

Sundowns were defeated on penalties in their quarterfinal by Moroccan side Wydad Casablanca -- a very useful team, but one that arguably look the weakest of the remaining four sides in this year's competition. It is more likely that the winner will come from one of Egyptian giants and eight-time winners Al Ahly, Algerian...

CAF: Sundowns dumped out of Champions League

Defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns were dumped out of the CAF Champions League after losing 3-2 on penalties to Moroccan side Wydad Casablanca in Rades on Saturday.

The South Africans lost the match 1-0, which saw the aggregate score locked at 1-1, but three awful penalties from Percy Tau, Yannick Zakri and Bangaly Soumahoro in the shootout sealed their fate. 


Salaheddine Saidi had given Wydad the lead in the match with a goal in the first half, and they were unlucky not to double their...

Sundowns ready for Wydad intimidation in Champions League tie

Mamelodi Sundowns will have their credentials as Africans champions severely tested when they travel to Wydad Casablanca for the second leg of their CAF Champions League quarterfinal on Saturday.

The fixture will be played at the Stade Prince Moulay Abdallah in Rabat, some 85 kilometres up the coast from Wydad's traditional home, which is undergoing renovations. But that does not mean the atmosphere will be any less intimidating for Sundowns, who hold a slender 1-0 lead from the home leg after a...