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CAF Champions League : Remo Stars Crash Out After Penalty Loss to Ghana’s Medeama

CAF Champions League : Remo Stars Crash Out After Penalty Loss to Ghana’s Medeama

Remo Stars have been eliminated from the CAF Champions League after going down 3-2 on penalties against Ghanaian champions Medeama SC.

The Sky Blue Stars won the preliminary round second leg tie 1-0.

The two-legged contest ended 1-1 on aggregate.

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Remo Stars took the lead on 72nd minute after Medeama goalkeeper spilled the ball from a corner kick.

Samuel Anakwe scored for the hosts in stoppage time but the goal was ruled out for offside.

The game went into penalties after 90 minutes.

Daniel Ogunmodede’s converted two penalties, while Medeama netted three of their spot kicks.

Nigeria’s other representative in the competition Enyimba also crashed out earlier in the day.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Emecco 10 months ago

    Why is that we are only losing to Ghana via penalties or Away goals rule? and still that country celebrates these lucky victories to the high heavens so much that they also crash out in the following round.

    • Chima E Samuels 10 months ago

      These clowns are making the fans suffer ridicule from tyrant neighbours, because our local football have been taken over by politicians and yahoo boys. Football is a talent field and not for Brick layers or Hustlers, Remo stars and Enyimba should go and continue their nonsense on Confederations cup because they don’t belong to the big boys.

      I also heard Eguadiola is the new interim coach and planning to bring Yum yum fc player that jitters under pressure into the SE for our next match. After what Nigerians experienced at this last Presidential election I’m not surprised to be seeing more of this undeserving nonsense springing up. I urge all sponsors of various national teams to not waste their resources because football in Nigeria is dead. I’m going on sabbatical from Sports because August has been a month of expose of Nigerian sports and I’ve had enough of this nonsense!!!

      • Ignatius Abo 10 months ago

        Thumbs up Brotherman Chima. You said it all, the situation is bad.

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