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Sports News of Thursday, 19 July 2018

Source: GHANAsoccernet.com

How Ghanaian players fared in CAF Club competitions

There were many Ghanaian players on the team-sheets of clubs in the CAF's inter-clubs competition in midweek.

GHANASoccernet.com's African football reporter Nuhu Adams has a comprehensive report on how they performed in the Champions League and Confederation Cup.

CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Ocansey Mandela got the equalizer for Horoya AC when they drew 1-1 with defending champions Wydad Athletic Club on Tuesday.

Sebe Baffour and Brefo Mensah also lasted the entire duration of the game for the Guinean giants.

Former Heart of Lions and Ashanti Gold SC left back Hudu Yakubu played full throttle of the game to help AS Togo-Port secure their first win of the group stage with a 1-0 victory over Mamelodi Sundowns on Tuesday.

Ghanaian shot stopper Razak Brimah was an unused substitute for the South African champions.

Duo Richard Sewu and Daniel Attakorah were unused substitutes as Mbabane Swallows were thrashed 3-0 at home by Etoile Du Sahel.

CAF CONFEDERATION CUP

Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda kept a clean sheet to ensure Enyimba International FC record a 1-0 win over Ivorian side Williamsville AC on Wednesday.

Farouk Mohammed also starred in the midfield and enjoyed all 90 minutes for the Nigerians.

Former Hearts of Oak wonderkid Tawrik Jebrin lasted 85 minutes on the pitch as his side Al Masry SC held Renaissance Sportive Berkane to a scoreless draw in Morocco on Wednesday evening.