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Match facts: Atlabara (South Sudan) v Ahly (Egypt) (CAF Champions League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Sunday's match between Atlabara of South Sudan and Egypt's Ahly in the first leg of the CAF Champions League preliminary round

Ahram Online , Sunday 11 Aug 2019
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Ahly players celebrates their second goal against Petrojet (Al-Ahram)
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Full time: Atlabara 0-4 Ahly
Scorers: Ali Maaloul 17 pen, Walid Azaro 32, 48, Ahmed El-Sheikh 90+2 


Yellow cards: Malish 73 (Atlabara)/ El-Sulaya 75 (Ahly) 

Line-ups:

Atlabara: Chippo - Buoy, Mutwakil, Mustafa, Yacoub, Sunday Peter, Mandela Malish, Samuel Dok, Mandela, Jimmy, Philip.

Ahly: Ali Lotfi, Mohamed Hani, Ayman Ashraf, Rami Rabia, Ali Maaloul, Hamdi Fathi, Amr El-Sulaya, Ramadan Sobhi (Junior Ajayi 57), Hussein El-Shahat (Geraldo 77), Saleh Gomaa (Ahmed El-Sheikh 68), Walid Azaro 

Venue: Borg El-Arab stadium, Alexandria

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