The Moroccan Raja became the first to qualify for the quarter-finals of the current African Champions League after a valuable and well-deserved 3-1 victory over hosts Huria Conakry, Mali, in the fourth round of the group stage.
The Moroccan team’s hat-trick Walid Essabar scored “two goals” in the 6th and 63rd minutes, with Mohamed El Nahiri in the 42nd minute, and Babe Abdo Ndiaye scored Khuria’s only goal in the 70th minute.
In the match, Raja’s player Mohamed Zuraida conceded a penalty in the 84th minute, while a player from each team, Musa Kamara from the Malian team, was sent off in the 26th minute and Jamal Harkas from the Moroccan team in the 45th minute. minute.
Raja booked a qualifying card for the quarter-finals, placing first in the third group with a full score of 12, with two rounds to go in the group matches.
Horia Club, in third place (4 points), compete against Simba Tanzanian (6 points) and Ugandan Vipers for the second qualifying card to accompany Raja into the next round.