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Match facts: Gabon's C.F. Mounana v Egypt's Ahly (African Champions League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Saturday's match between Gabon's C.F. Mounana and Egypt's Ahly in the 2nd leg of the African Champions League round of 32

Ahram Online , Saturday 17 Mar 2018
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Full time: Mounana 1-3 Ahly
Scorers: Massamba 43/ Mido Gaber 8, Walid Azaro 30, Soliman 83 


Yellow cards: Coulibaly 5 (Mounana)/ Ashraf 73, Ashour 83 (Ahly)  

Starting line ups:

Mounana: Kosso Menene, Dieudonné Nkoume, Bourama Coulibaly, David Massamba, Ralph Bamba (Allen Nono 65), Emmanuel Ndong, Konan Ruffin, Louis Autchanga, Ibrahim Milambo (Jerry Nzamba 49), Karl Mboudou, Fahd Richard (Omar Kabore 25) 

Ahly: Mohamed El-Shennawi, Ali Maaloul, Saad Samir, Ayman Ashraf, Mohamed Hani, Ahmed Fathi, Hossam Ashour (Salah Mohsen 86), Amr El-Sulaya, Mido Gaber (Islam Mohareb 61), Walid Soliman, Walid Azaro

Venue: Stade De L’Amitié Sino - Libreville, Libreville

Referee: Bamlak Tessema Weyesa

First leg result: Ahly 4-0 C.F. Mounana

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