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Match facts: South Africa's Bidvest Wits v Egypt's Ahly (African Champions League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage for Sunday's CAF Champions League's round of 32 second-leg between South Africa's Bidvest Wits v Egypt's Ahly

Ahram Online , Sunday 19 Mar 2017
Ahly won the first-leg 1-0 (Photo by: AhramSprots)
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Full time: Bidvest Wits 0-0 Ahly 

Yellow cards: Hossam Ashour 22', Ali Maaloul 71', Ahmed Fathi 87'


Starting lineups:

Bidvest Wits: Moeneeb Josephs, Nazeer Allie, Bongani Khumalu, Buhle Mkhwanazi, Sifiso Hlanti, Gabadinho Mhango (Mogakolodi Ngele 75'), Granwald Scott, Thabang Monare, Daine Klate 

Ahly: Sherif Ekramy, Ali Maaloul, Saad Samir, Ahmed Hegazy, Mohamed Hani, Hossam Ashour, Ahmed Fathi, Amr El-Sulaya (Saleh Gomaa 79'), Walid Soliman (Ahmed Hamoudi 70'), Abdallah El-Said (Rami Rabia 75'), Amr Gamal


Referee: Helder Martins De Carvalho

Assistants: Jerson Emiliano Dos Santos, Evanildo G Dos Santos Martins

Venue: Milpark Stadium (Johannesburg)

First-leg results: Ahly 1-0 Bidvest Wits

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