Akrout scored the equalizer against MC Alger
The Tunisian champions Club Africain held Algerian heavyweights MC Alger 1-1, on Thursday in Algiers, to clinch the North Africa Football Union (UNAF) Champions’ Cup final after their 2-0 home win a few days earlier.
Tunisian midfielder Amir Akrout, 55, canceled the hosts’ early lead through Abdel-Malek’s penalty kick in the 19th minute to claim the title on a 3-1 aggregate.
Two days earlier Algerian Cup holders Entente de Setif emerged as winners of the 2010 UNAF Cup winners Cup edition after defeating Libyan team Al-Nasr Benghazi 3-2 in the final second leg.
They had already a hand on the cup after their first leg 3-1 win in Benghazi.
The UNAF inter-clubs competitions have just been introduced in 2008 and features winners of the domestic member associations namely Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia.