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Maqassa demolish Ethiopia's Defense Force to advance in Confed Cup

Maqassa meet DR Congo's CS Don Bosco in the CAF Confederation Cup first round

Ahram Online , Saturday 27 Feb 2016
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African debutants Maqassa made it to the CAF Confederation Cup round of 32 after defeating Ethiopia's Defense Force 3-0 in the preliminary round return-leg at Fayoum Stadium on Saturday.

Following a 3-1 first-leg away win a fortnight ago, Maqassa managed to make it a 6-1 aggregate victory, thanks to second-half goals from Amr Barakat, El-Sayed Hamdi and Omar Najdi.

Barakat opened the scoring on the hour mark, before former Egypt striker Hamdi doubled Maqassa's lead two minutes from time – as the Moroccan Najdi scored a stoppage-time goal from the spot.

Maqassa, who finished fourth of the Egyptian league standings last season, meet DR Congo's CS Don Bosco in the first round - where the first leg takes place in Cairo on March 11/12/13.

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