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Match facts: Ahly (Egypt) vs. Coton Sport (Cameroon), African Confederation Cup

Ahram Online provided a score update of the African Confederation Cup semi final second leg game between Ahly of Egypt and Coton Sport of Cameroon on Sunday

Ahram Online, Sunday 28 Sep 2014
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Al-Ahly players celebrate with goalkeeper Sherif Ekramy (C, obscured) after he saved the last penalty kick to win the Egyptian Super Cup soccer match against El Zamalek at Cairo stadium, September 14, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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Full time: Ahly 2-1 Coton Sport
Scorers:
Moussa Yedan 42, Amr Gamal 77 / Joseph Kombous 14

Yellow cards: 
Amr Gamal 47 / Nicaise Zimbori 90

Starting line-ups:

Ahly: Sherif Ekramy, Bassem Ali, Mohamed Naguib, Saad Samir, Sabri Rahil, Ahmed Khairy, Hossam Ghaly, Mahmoud Trezeguet (Sherif Abdel-Fadil 77), Moussa Yedan (Mohamed Farouq 74), Walid Soliman (Emad Meteb 81), Amr Gamal


Coton Sport: Maxime Feudjou, Manga Mbah, Arnaud Anasse, Nicaise Zimbori, Moussa Bana, Moumi Ngamaleu, Cedric Djeugoue (Ephraim Yossanguim 36), Stephane Kingue, Moussa Souleymanou. Jean-Joseph Kombous, Kamilou Daouda (Rostand Kako 59)

Venue: Cairo International stadium (Egypt)

Referee: Janny Sikazwe (Zambia)

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