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1st leg

Al Ahly vs Entente Seif 4:0
Primeiro de Agosto vs Esperance 1:0



Ahly beat Algeria's Entente Setif in Cairo 2:0 whilst Primeiro scored late on at home to beat Esperance of Tunisia and take a 1:0 lead in the tie.

Primeiro will make history if they win their semi-final.

No Angolan team has ever made the final of the continent's top club competition.

Primeiro Agosto took the lead with only 10 minutes remaining to record a home win against twice former champions Esperance in Luanda.

Primeiro coach Zoran Manojlovic was highly critical of the refereeing but delighted with the win.

"The refereeing was terrible and it hurt us a lot, but we managed to beat one of the best clubs in Africa," he said.

"I do not fear playing Esperance in Tunisia - we continue to dream of reaching the final."

The second legs of both ties will take place on Tuesday 23rd October.


3 Oct 2018
( + wikipedia + BBC)

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