By Adeboye Amosu
Nigerian forward, Bolaji Sakin, scored the winning goal for Guinean club, Horoya AC who beat AS Togo Port de Lome 2-1 in their CAF Champions League Group C clash in Conakry on Friday.
The former Rivers United striker started the game on the bench and came in for in the injured Alseny Camara in the 6th minute.
Sakin hit the winning goal for Horoya a minute before the hour mark.
He was later substituted by Amadou Djiba five minutes from time.
Ocansey Mandela put Horoya ahead in the 11th minute, while Ablamvi Djadji equalised for the visitors in the 51st minute.
Horoya moved to second position in the group following the win.
Wydad Casablanca will host Mamelodi Sundowns in the group’s other game also on Friday.