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Match facts: Ismaily (Egypt) v CS Constantine (Algeria) (African Champions League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Saturday's match between Egypt's Ismaily and Algeria's Club Spotif Constantinos in the 4th round of the African Champions League group stage

Ahram Online , Saturday 23 Feb 2019
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Full time: Ismaily 1-1 CS Constantine
Scorers: Benson Shilongo 69/ Emad Hamdi O.G 90+4 

Yellow cards: Arroussi 47 (Constantine) 

Starting line-ups:

Ismaily: Mohamed Fawzi, Ahmed Ayman, Mohamed Mostafa, Mahmoud Metwalli (Ibrahim Abdel-Khalek 66), Osama Ibrahim, Emad Hamdi, Mahmoud Abdel-Aati, Karim Bambo, Mohamed Sadek, Wagih Abdel-Hakim (Abdel-Rahman Magdi 63), Benson Shilongo (Mohamed Hashem 90+3) 

CS Constantine: Chamseddine Rahmani, Houcine Benayada, Kheireddine Arroussi, Nassim Yettou, Sid Ali El Amri (Kadour Beldjilali 80), Nasreddine Zaalani, Mohamed Walid Bencherifa, Dylan Bahamboula, Yacine Salhi, Arouna Bissene (Abdenour Belkheir 71), Ismail Belkacemi

Venue: Borg El-Arab stadium, Alexandria

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