Al-Hilal, the first Sudanese football club, came from behind to win “2-1” over Coton Sport in Cameroon, on Friday, to equalize with Mamelodi Sun Downs at the top of Group Two in the African Champions League, which includes Al-Ahly of Egypt.
Pasion Jogo Waso gave the hosts the lead before the end of the first half, but Macabe Lilibo scored two consecutive goals for Al-Hilal in the space of five minutes in the second half.
And after its 1-0 victory over Al-Ahly in Sudan, with a goal from Lilibo last week, Al-Hilal raised its score to six points from three matches, on goal difference, behind Sun Downs, the leaders in South Africa, who played two matches.
In the fourth group of the same tournament, Al-Merikh Al-Sudanese defeated its guest, Algerian Belouizdad Youth, “1-0”, at the Benina Martyrs Stadium in Benghazi, Libya, in the third round of the fourth group.
Paulo Sergio scored the only goal of the match for Mars, from a penalty kick at the 32. th minute.
Al-Merreikh raised its score to 4 points in the runner-up, with a difference of two points behind the Tunisian Taraji, the leader, and a point from the third-placed Belouizdad youth, while the Egyptian Zamalek bottoms the group ranking table with one point.
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