Al-Hilal of Sudan scored a valuable victory at the expense of his guest, Al-Qattan, Cameroon, with two unanswered goals in a match that brought the two teams together on matchday four of the African Champions League group stage on Tuesday.
The Sudanese team scored goals from David Abanya and Maccabi Lilibo in the 41st and 82nd minutes.
With this result, Al-Hilal temporarily leads the second group with 9 points, ahead of South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns in second place with 7 points, while Al-Ahly of Egypt came in third with 4 points and the Cameroonian cotton finished last. place. tournament table without balance.
Tomorrow, Sunday, Mamelody Sundowns will host Al Ahly in a match where the latter must come out with a positive result to keep his hopes of reaching the quarter-final alive.