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Match facts: Masry (Egypt) v Vita Club (Congo) (CAF Confederation Cup)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Wednesday's match between Egypt’s Masry and Vita Club of Congo in the CAF Confederation Cup semifinal first leg.

Ahram Online , Wednesday 3 Oct 2018
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Full time: Masry 0-0 Vita Club 

Yellow cards:
Mohamed Moustafa (Masry)
Ngudikama (Vita club)

Line-ups:

Masry: Ahmed Masoud, Mohamed Mostafa, Ahmed Abdel-Mawgoud, Mohamed Koffi, Mostafa Mohamed, Farid Shawki, Amr Moussa, Ahmed Shoukri (Torric Jebrin 76), Mohamed Abdel-Latif (Mohamed Gaber 78), Islam Issa (Ahmed Gomaa 64), Mahmoud Wadi

Vita Club: Nelson Lukong - Djuma Shabani, Makwekwe Kupa, Yannick Bangala, Ernest Luzolo, Munganga Omba, Fabrice Ngoma, Emomo, Mukoko (Muloko 48), Makusu Mundele (Bompunga Botuli 81), Chadrack Muzungu ( Emmanuel Ngudikama 75)

Venue: Port Said Stadium (Port Said)

Referee: Bakary Gassama

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