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Match facts: Uganda's Kampala v Egypt's Ahly (CAF Champions League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Tuesday's CAF Champions League group-stage game between Uganda's Kampala and Egypt's Ahly

Ahram Online , Tuesday 15 May 2018
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ES Tunis' Ivorian midfielder Fousseny Coulibaly (C-L) vies for the ball against Al-Ahly FC's Egyptian midfielder Amr Elsolia (C-R) during their CAF Champions League group A match at Borg al-Arab Stadium near Alexandria on May 4, 2018. (AFP)
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Full time: KCCA 2-0 Ahly
Scorer: Ibrahim Juma 74, Timohty Awany 89 pen



Yellow cards: Mohamed Hani 83, Amr El-Sulaya 88 (Ahly)

Starting line-ups:

Kampala: 
Charles Lukwago, Denis Oola Okot, Timothy Awany, Jackson Nunda (Lawrence Bukenya 46), Muhammad Shaban (Paul Mucureezi 87), Mustafa Kizza, Isaac Kirabira (Derrick Nsibambi 71), Allan Okello, Ibrahim Juma, Habib Kavuma, Julius Poloto  

Ahly: Sherif Ekramy, Mohamed Hani, Saad Samir, Mohamed Naguib, Sabri Rahil, Hossam Ashour (Islam Mohareb 76), Amr El-Sulaya, Walid Soliman (Ahmed Hamdi 67), Mido Gaber, Phakamani Mahlambi, Marwan Mohsen  

Venue: Mandela National Stadium (Kampala)

Referee: V. Gomes (S. Africa) 

Assistants: Z. Siwela, S. Moshidi

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