Al-Ahly of Egypt hardens the Niger champion and includes him among the victims of the “six-party”

Al-Ahly of Egypt qualified for the round of sixteen (groups) in the African Champions League after defeating its guest, the National Guard, the champion of Niger 6/1, today, Saturday, in the second leg of the round of 32 in the tournament.

 Al-Ahly’s goals were scored by Mohamed Sharif in the ninth minute, Mohamed Magdy Qafsha (two goals) in the 17th and 58th minutes, Hussein Al-Shahat in the 64th minute, Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim Kahraba in the 69th minute and Hamdi Fathi in the 89th minute, while the goal of the National Guard was scored by Ensu Isofo in the 35th minute.

The first leg match that was held in Niger ended in a 1-1 draw, with Al-Ahly advancing to the group stage, winning on aggregate 7/2.

Tunisia's Etoile du Sahel qualified for the group stage after beating its guest, the Rwandan army, 4-0.

The goals of the coastal star Yassin Chikhaoui (two goals) in the 19th minute from a penalty kick and 47, and Mohamed Daoui Christo in the second minute of stoppage time for the match, and Ali Soma in the fourth minute of the match.

The first leg match that was held in Rwanda ended in a 1-1 draw, with ES Sahel advancing to the group stage, winning the aggregate of the first and away matches 5/1.

The Sudanese Al-Merekh team also qualified, despite its loss today 1-2 against its Zambian host, Zanaco.

The South African team Amazulu also qualified after drawing 1-1 with its host TP Mazembe of the Congo, where the first leg ended in a goalless draw, so the South African team advanced to the next round, benefiting from the rule of calculating the goal away from the ground with two goals.

The Angolan team, Petro Atlético, also qualified after beating its guest, Otho Doyo, the Congolese 2-0, and the first leg match that was held in the Congo ended in a 2-2 draw, so the Angolan team won the two matches 4/2 on aggregate.

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