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Wydad keep Zesco in second place

Sports Wydad keep Zesco in second place

Zesco United have confirmed their second place in Group A after Al Ahly and Wydad Casablanca drew in Cairo on Saturday night.

Wydad held the record eight-time African champions to a scoreless draw to stay in command of Group A for a second successive match.

The Moroccans have 7 points, one ahead of Zesco who beat third placed ASEC Mimosa of Cote d’Ivoire earlier on Saturday afternoon in Ndola.

ASEC have 3 points while Al Ahly stay bottom of Group A with one point at the end of match-day-three.

Wydad hosts Al Ahly in Morocco on July 27 while Zesco travel to Abidjan on the same date to face ASEC.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Go Zesco, let’s beat Asec even in their back yard and sort out Wydad when they come to Ndola.

  2. We hope to see better defending from our ZESCO guys they tend to lose concentration as the game nears the last minutes.

  3. Zesco,you have let us down through load shedding in our homes. But don’t let us down on the pitch, we believe in you

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