The Egyptian side was close to winning the game as they got an early lead, thanks to Tunisian striker Ayman Sfaxi, who put his side ahead in the 11th minute, but the Egyptian representative conceded a late goal in injury time that leveled the score.
Future, who are making their first continental appearance, will host the Angolan side on Wednesday 9 November in the second leg in Cairo.
Later in the day, Pyramids FC slumped to a surprise 1-0 away defeat to Nigelec of Niger in the first leg of the same round.
Pyramids FC will host Niger’s champion in the second leg in Cairo on Wednesday 9 November.
They will also regain the services of injured players Abdallah El-Saed and Ibrahim Adel, who missed the first leg.
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