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Match facts: Zamalek (Egypt) vs. Nkana FC (Zambia), CAF Champions League

Ahram Online provided a live score of Sunday's match between Egypt's Zamalek and Nkana FC of Zambia in the second leg of the African Champions League round of 16

Ahram Online, Sunday 30 Mar 2014
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File Photo: El Zamalek's players celebrates during their Egyptian Cup semi-final soccer match against Haras El Hodood at Cairo Stadium (Photo: Reuters)
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Full time: Zamalek (Egypt) 5-0  Nkana FC (Zambia)

Scorers: Ahmed Tawfiq 20, Moemen Zakaria 34, Omar Gaber 48, Hazem Emam 60, Ahmed Gaafar 69

Zamalek's starting line-up

Abdel-Wahed El-Sayed- Hamada Tolba (Omar Gaber 24), Mahmoud Fathallah, Yasser Ibrahim, Mohamed Abdel-Shafi – Nour El-Sayed (Hani Said 75), Ahmed Tawfiq, Hazem Emam, Mohamed Ibrahim, Moemen Zakaria- Arafa El-Sayed (Ahmed Gaafar 60)

First leg result: Nkana FC 0-0 Zamalek

Venue: Air Defence Stadium, Cairo

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Referee: Niant (Cameroon)

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humphrey kabwe
31-03-2014 02:08pm
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bravo nkana
losing a game is as good as winning a game, it all depends on your mind set. nkana is able to win 5-0 the same zamalek team we have lost to, so nkana is a very good team. so, lets continue supporting nkana even if we lost 5-0 in egypt. there is always a better time to come for nkana, one day it will be nkana going up to take the continental cup.so bravo nkana, bravo coaches
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Simfex
30-03-2014 09:37pm
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Always doomed
I see Nkana losing 5 nil
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Makai Makai
30-03-2014 05:27pm
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zamalek - nkana match
the game is going to be a nerve breaking one looking at the fact that egyptian football is diminishing gradually with al ahly being knocked out of the league. the zambian flag bearers stand a good chance of upsetting tables but what will determine is the 90 minutes
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Andrew mwaba
30-03-2014 06:42pm
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NKANA CAN DO IT
I see nkana turning the tables it may end 1:1 or 1nil ifo Nkana.
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