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African Confederation Cup results & scorers (32nd round, 1st leg)

Follow Ahram Online's coverage of the 2018 African Confederation Cup round of 32nd, first leg (11-13 January)

Ahram Online , Sunday 13 Jan 2019
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Friday 11 January 

Ahli Benghazi 1-0 Nasr Athletic Hussein Dey
Scorer: Jibril Bigermawi 90

Saturday 12 January

Nkana FC 3-0 Football Club De San Pedro
Scorers: Ronald Kampamba 46, Joseph Musonda 52, Festus Mbewe 86

Vipers Sports Club 0-0 Club Sportif Sfaxien

African Stars 1-1 Raja Club Athletic
Scorers: Alfeus Handura 42 / Soufiane Rahimi 51

Stade Malien 1-1 Atlético Petróleos de Luanda
Scorers: Sylla 23 / Va 32

Sunday 13 January 

Zesco United FC 3-1 Kaizer Chiefs
Scorers: Lazarous Kambole 25, Jesse Were 31,54

Jimma Aba Jifar FC 0-1 Hassania US Agadir
Scorer: Mehdi Oubila 71

Gor Mahia FC 2-1 New Stars de Douala
Scorers: Lawrence Juma 40, Jacques Tuyisenge 86 / Junior Ngongang 70

Bantu F.C 1-2 Rangers International FC, Enugu

Coton Sport FC 2-3 Asante Kotoko
Scorers: Daouda Kamilou 42 / Emmanuel Gyamfi 10, Augustine Sefah 49, Maxwell Baakoh
 
Ittihad Raidi De Tanger 0-0 Zamalek

Otoho D’oyo 3-0 Kampala City Council FC
Scorers: Musa Cisse 20,22,75

El Nasr 1-0 SALITAS FC
Scorer: Ibrahim Mohamed 63

El Hilal 3-0 Mukura Victory Sports & Loisirs

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