Striker Alex Ng’onga on Sunday grabbed a brace to send Power Dynamos into the first round of the 2015 CAF Confederation Cup as they
defeated Al Khartoum of Sudan 2-0 in the return leg tie of the first round at Arthur Davies Stadium.
Ng’onga scored the decisive goal three minutes into second half added time from the spot as Power advanced 2-1 on aggregate.
Chadian referee Idriss Bian awarded Power a late penalty following a handball in the visitors backline.
Ng’onga had opened the scoring in the 19th minute with a solo effort after dribbling past two Khartoum defenders when he was set up by Jimmy Ndhlovu.
However, the visiting side was the first to create a serious scoring opportunity when striker Dauda Kamilou forced a save from Joshua Titima from inside the box.
Titima was again called to duty as Khartoum attempted to equalise with John Arthum shooting on target.
This win is a huge relief to Power who came into this game facing an early exit from the competition owing to the first leg defeat in Khartoum two weeks ago.