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African Confederation Cup round of 32 results & scorers (2nd leg)

Follow Ahram Online's coverage of the Confederation Cup round of 32 fixtures second leg (27-29 September )

Ahram Online , Sunday 29 Sep 2019
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Friday 27 September

Motema Pembe 3-1 Al Khartoum (2-1)
Motema Pembe advance to the next round 

Bidvest Wits 3-0 Young Buffaloes (0-1)
Bidvest Wits advance to the next round

Saturday 28 September

CNaPS Sport 1-3 TS Galaxy (0-1)
TS Galaxy advance to the next round after winning 4-1 on aggregate

Zanaco 3-0 Bolton City (2-1)
Zanaco advance to next round after winning 5-1 on aggregate 

Proline 2-1 AS Kigali (1-1)
Proline advance to the next round after winning 3-2 on aggregate 

Triangle United 1-0 Azam (1-0)
Triangle United advance to the next round after winning 2-0 on aggregate

Salitas 0-0 Esae (0-0)
Salitas advance to the next round after winning 5-3 on penalties

Hassania Agadir 0-0 Al-Ittihad (1-1)
Hassania Agadir advance to the next round on the away goal rule

RSB Berkane 2-0 Ashanti Gold (2-3)
RSB Berkane advance to the next round after winning 4-3 on aggregate 

Sunday 29 September 

Masry 3-1 Malindi (4-1)
Masry advance to the next round after winning 7-2 on aggregate

Ben Guerdane 2-1 Bandari (0-2)
Bandari FC advance to the next round after winning 3-2 on aggregate

Enugu Rangers 3-1 Pélican (1-2)
Enugu Rangers advance to the next round after winning 4-3 on aggregate

Djoliba 1-1 Maranatha Fiokpo (2-1)
Djoliba advance to the next round after winning 3-2 on aggregate

San-Pédro 3-0 Santoba (0-0)
San-Pédro advance to the next round after winning 3-0 on aggregate

Belouizdad 0-1 Pyramids (1-1)
Scorer: John Antwi 56
Pyramids FC advance to the next round after winning 2-1 on aggregate

CS Sfaxien 0-0 Paradou AC (1-3)
Paradou FC advance to the next round after winning 3-1 on aggregate

* First leg results between brackets

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