Bandari draw on return to CAF Confed Cup


Bandari draw on return to CAF Confed Cup
Benjamin Mosha (L) of Bandari FC tackled by Mohamed Abdalla of El Ahly Shandy FC during their first leg of the Caf Confederation Cup match at Kasarani stadium in Nairobi on August 10, 2019. The match ended in a barren draw. Photo/Kelly Ayodi/Sportpicha

In Summary

  • Bandari FC failed to capitalise on home advantage after drawing 0-0 with Al Ahly Shandy of Sudan in the first leg of their CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round clash at the Kasarani Stadium on Sunday
  • Bandari could seal their progress to the next round with a scoring draw in next week's return leg but were lucky on the day to secure a draw after the visitors had a goal cancelled for offside

Bandari FC failed to capitalise on home advantage after drawing 0-0 with Al Ahly Shandy of Sudan in the first leg of their CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round clash at the Kasarani Stadium on Sunday.

Bandari could seal their progress to the next round with a scoring draw in next week’s return leg but were lucky on the day to secure a draw after the visitors had a goal cancelled for offside.

Mohammed Abdallah thought he had put the visitors ahead in the 15th minute only to be denied by assistant referee Abdi Nour for offside.

The Dockers woke up from their sleep on the half hour mark when Atariza Amai delivered a fine cross which met Darius Msagha’s header before cleared on the post line by Amgad Ahmed who denied Bandari another shot from Yema Mwana.

Mwalala introduced Wycliff Ochomo for Agade as well as Benjamin Mosha for Darius Msagha but they did not change the score line.

Bandari will now have a mountain to climb when they travel to Sudan for the return leg in two weeks time knowing they have bad perfomance away from home.

They last lost to St. Eloui Lupopo of DRC in 2016 when they drew 1-1 at Nyayo in Nairobi before beaten by 2-0 in Lubumbashi

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