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Match facts: Zambia’s Green Buffaloes v Egypt's Masry (African Confederation Cup)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage for Tuesday's match between Zambia’s Green Buffaloes and Egypt's Masry in the second leg of CAF Confederation Cup round of 64

Ahram Online , Tuesday 20 Feb 2018
Soccer Football - African Confederation Cup - Al Masry vs Green Buffaloes - Al Masry stadium, Port Said, Egypt- February 10, 2018 Green Buffaloes' Friday Samu in action REUTERS
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Full-time: Zambia’s Green Buffaloes 2-1 Egypt's Masry
Scorers: Mike Katiba 10, Stephen Kabamba 85 / Ahmed Gomaa 14

Yellow cards:
Ahmed Gomaa (Masry)

Red cards:
Jackson Chirwa 90+1

Line ups:

Green Buffaloes: Fred Silwamba, Malani Gondwe, Stephen Kabamba, Adrian Chama, Morgan Kanjolo, Jackson Chirwa, Mike Katiba, Diamond Chikwekwe (Aubrey Chela 78), Felix Katongo (Eddie Sinyangwe 74), Youremember BANDA, Friday Samu (Chilimba Moonga 59)

Masry: Ahmed Maasoud, Mohamed Shataa, Ahmed Abdel-Mawgood, Eslam Salah, Mohamed Hamdy, Amr Moussa, Mohamed Koffi, Farid Shawky, Mohamed Abdel-Latif (Issouf Ouattara 83), Ahmed Gomaa (Aristide Bance), Ahmed Shokry (Islam Eissa 68')



Venue: Nokoloma Stadium, Lusaka

Referee: Joaquin Esono Eyang


First leg result: Masry 4-0 Green Buffaloes


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