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Zamalek advance in Champs League 2/12/2007
Egyptian giants Zamalek edged past Vital''O 1-0 in Burundi in a first round second leg tie in the African Champions League on Saturday.
The result made it 5-1 on aggregate for the five-time African Champions from Egypt.

The only goal of the game came in the first-half thanks to Hazem Emam.

Former winners Esperance of Tunisia also cruised into the second round after beating Renaissance of Chad 2-1 in N''Djamena.

New Moroccan striker Mohamed Aboucherouane scored twice for the 1994 title holder to complete a 6-1 aggregate victory.

Oumar Dabo was also on target twice as 1981 and 1990 champions JS Kayblie overcame Balantas of Guinea Bissau 2-1 in Bissau after building a 3-1 first-leg lead in Algiers two weeks ago.

Another former winner of the premier African club competition, Wydad Casablanca of Morocco, lost 2-1 to Mauritel of Mauritania in Nouakchott after Portuguese coach Jose Romao walked out on the eve of the tie.

But 1992 title holders Wydad were comfortable overall winners, having established a 4-0 lead at home in a competition carrying a first prize of US$1million.

Al-Hilal of Sudan, APR of Rwanda, AS Douanes of Senegal, Zanaco of Zambia and Cotonsport Garoua of Cameroon also secured places in the second of three qualifying rounds for the eight-club group phase.

Hilal, runners-up in 1987 and 1992, completed a double over Polisi of Zanzibar by winning 2-0 on the east African island after developing a 4-0 lead in Omdurman.

Military club APR were another team to win at home and away, defeating St Eloi Lupopo of the DR Congo 2-0 in Kigali for a 4-1 aggregate triumph.

Manfred Kitizo gave the East and Central Africa champions an early lead at a packed Amahoro Stadium in the Rwandan capital and Ugandan Vincent Kayizzi added a second with 59 minutes gone.

AS Douanes of Senegal overcame Stade Malien of Mali 2-0 in Dakar to confirm their superiority in the west African derby having won 2-1 in Bamako last month.

Zanaco found minnows Likhopo of Lesotho difficult to break down in Lusaka after a goalless first leg and waited 48 minutes in Lusaka before scoring the only goal of the tie.

Likhopo goalkeeper Lerata Tsalong failed to hold a Frazer Mwewa drive and leading club scorer Winstone Kalengo pounced to the relief of a capacity crowd at Sunset Stadium.

Cotonsport Garoua, desperate to reach the pool phase after four consecutive failures, forced a 0-0 draw with Revenue Authority of Uganda in Kampala to sail through on the back of a three-goal first-leg victory.




 
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