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The Peoples Elephant, Enyimba International of  Aba trounced visiting Vitalo 5-1 to put one step into the group stages of the lucrative CAF Champions League.
The Aba giants playing away from the Aba slaughter  house entertained their fans and those who thronged the Port Harcourt Stadium to scintillating football despite their shoddy start in the domestic league. With this score, the second league a fortnight will be a mere formality. In other CAF champions league matches, Kedus of Congo drew 2-2 at home to defending champions, TP Mazembe to make the second leg a herculean task, while Khowtiga drew 1-1 with Etoile Sahel of Tunisia. In Cameroun, Union Douala lost at home 1-0 to Egyptian Power house Zamalek. The Egyptians thus put themselves in a vantage position for the second leg in Cairo. Vita Club took a narrow 1-0 first leg home advantage as they try to book the group stage at the expense of Ferroviono of Madagasca. Warri Wolves put themselves in a precarious condition when they lost 1-0 at the Warri Township stadium against old war horse Al-Meneikh of Sudan. The Sudanese who took an early lead defended stoutly to make the second leg easier for them. In the other match, Etoiledu Congo drew 1-1 with Es Setif of Algeria in Congo to make the second in Algiers a do or die affair.

The Peoples Elephant, Enyimba International of  Aba trounced visiting Vitalo 5-1 to put one step into the group stages of the lucrative CAF Champions League.
The Aba giants playing away from the Aba slaughter  house entertained their fans and those who thronged the Port Harcourt Stadium to scintillating football despite their shoddy start in the domestic league. With this score, the second league a fortnight will be a mere formality. In other CAF champions league matches, Kedus of Congo drew 2-2 at home to defending champions, TP Mazembe to make the second leg a herculean task, while Khowtiga drew 1-1 with Etoile Sahel of Tunisia. In Cameroun, Union Douala lost at home 1-0 to Egyptian Power house Zamalek. The Egyptians thus put themselves in a vantage position for the second leg in Cairo. Vita Club took a narrow 1-0 first leg home advantage as they try to book the group stage at the expense of Ferroviono of Madagasca. Warri Wolves put themselves in a precarious condition when they lost 1-0 at the Warri Township stadium against old war horse Al-Meneikh of Sudan. The Sudanese who took an early lead defended stoutly to make the second leg easier for them. In the other match, Etoiledu Congo drew 1-1 with Es Setif of Algeria in Congo to make the second in Algiers a do or die affair.

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