CAFCC: Enyimba Lose To Paradou AC; Rangers Draw At Nouadibou

CAFCC: Enyimba Lose To Paradou AC;  Rangers Draw At Nouadibou

Enyimba fell to a 1-0 defeat against Algerian side Paradou AC in their CAF Confederation Cup Group D tie at the Stade Mustapha Tchaker , Blida on Sunday night, reports Completesports.com.

Abdelkader Ghorab netted the winning goal for the home team in the 64th minute.

It was Enyimba’s second defeat in the group following their matchday-one 2-0 loss to Morocco’s Hassania Agadir.

In the other Group D game, San- Pedro of Cote d’l voire were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Hassania Agadir.

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Hassania Agadir top the table with seven points, while Paradou are second with four points.

Enyimba occupy third position with three points, while San-Pedro are fourth with two points.

In a Group A encounter, Enugu Rangers held their hosts Nouadibou of Mauritania to a 0-0 draw.

Rangers lost their opening two games in the group to Al Masry and Pyramids.

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  • Dr. Drey 3 years ago

    I watched the Paradou Vs Enyimba game and had to tell myself after the 1st half there’s no need to keep punishing myself by staying up at such early hours to continue watching the crap of a performance.

    No disrespect, but teams like Paradou or Nouadibou are not JS Kabylie, USM Algeirs, ES Serif or Esperance, Zamalek or Alahly. The fact that Enyimba couldn’t even string passes together or have a proper sight at goal against Paradou (of all teams) or even have a stand out player worthy of note is quite nauseating. We are talking of unarguably the best club in Nigeria not being able to compete with a rookie club from Algeria.

    I juxtaposed that with the way teams like Esperance, AS vita, TP mazembe and Mamelodi Sundowns tear teams apart home or away without respect. Yet some people would want us to believe there are home based players who can compete at SE level…Lolz.

    Do these NFF officials who want Rohr to be monitoring home based players who can’t meet SE standards even in d next 5 years actually watch the league at all…Whereas our best legs are scattered all over Europe…???

    Even Pinnick is an ardent fan of Arsenal and doesn’t even hide it and even travels to London to go watch arsenal matches. Who nor like beta thing….Lolz