Caf Confederation Cup: JS Kayblie and Raja Casablanca qualify for last



The Algerian membership prolonged their dominance over the Cameroonians whereas it took a penalty shoot-out in Casablanca to find out the second finalist

JS Kabylie and Raja Casablanca will compete within the last of the 2020-21 Caf Confederation Cup on July tenth.

After taking a 2-1 lead final Sunday, JS defeated Kabylie Cotonsport 3-0 within the second leg of the semi-finals, whereas Raja Casablanca waited for the penalty shoot-out to beat Egyptian membership Pyramids 5-4.

Three targets within the first half had been sufficient for the hosts to underline their authority on the Stade du 5 Juillet they usually superior to the finals with a 5-1 mixture victory.

Denis Lavagne’s males picked up the place they left off in Cameroon every week in the past and Zakaria Boulahia took the opening purpose within the sixth minute.

A couple of minutes after half an hour, Badreddine Souyad transformed from the penalty spot to double JS Kabylie’s lead.

The sport was lastly out of Cotonsport’s attain after Boulahia scored his second purpose simply earlier than the break because of an help from Walid Bencherifa.

JS Kabylie, at the moment fourth within the Algerian Ligue 1, now has the chance to win a continental title since 2002, once they received the abolished Caf Cup for the third time.

Within the different semi-final recreation, Raja Casablanca and Pyramids had a tough time scoring a purpose in each legs after 180 minutes of soccer.

Every week in the past, Pyramids saved the Moroccan giants goalless in Cairo and it was a penalty shoot-out that separated the 2 groups.

The sport on Sunday started with an thrilling encounter on the Stade Mohamed V, by which each groups acquired three yellow playing cards inside 60 minutes.

After the goalless affair, the match went straight to penalties, the place Raja received with a 5-4 victory.

Soufiane Rahimi transformed the primary purpose for the hosts, adopted by two failed makes an attempt by Ben Malango and Senad Al Warfali.

In the meantime, Ramadan Sobhi missed the Pyramids’ second strive they usually had been on the verge of successful the penalty shootout earlier than Mohamed Farouk misplaced their final try and put the sport at 3-3.

Mohamed Azrida and Osama Galal transformed for each groups, then Fabrice Ngoma and Ahmed Tawfik couldn’t put their forces into the web.

Raja took the lead once more with Abdelilah Madkour, making it 5-4 and Mohamed Hamdy missed his likelihood for Pyramids.

The win spurs Raja Casablanca’s desires of successful the Caf Confederation Cup for the second time once they face JS Kabylie within the last subsequent month on the Stade de l’Amitie in Cotonou.



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