Sewe Sport played against Egypt's Ahly in the Confederation Cup group stage (Photo: Ahram)
Ivory Coast's Sewe Sport continued their fairytale run in the Confederation Cup after holding AC Leopards to a goalless draw in Congo to reach the competition's final for the first time in their history.
Sewe Sport qualified for the final with a 1-0 aggregate win after claiming a narrow home win over Leopards in the first leg.
They are bidding to win their first-ever continental trophy after four previous attempts in Africa's secondary club competition ended in disappointment.
They will either face Egypt's Ahly or Cameroon's Coton Sport, who meet in the other semi-final on Sunday.
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