Enough determines the date for the draw for the quarter-finals of the African Champions League

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The Confederation of African Football (CAF) revealed the date for the draw for the quarter-finals of a competition African Champions League 2021, after 5 teams have so far secured qualification, namely Simba of Tanzania and Al-Ahly from Group A, South African Sun Downs from Group Two, Wydad of Morocco from Group Three, and Tunisias Esperance from Group Four.

“CAF” announced that the draw for the quarter-finals of the African Champions League will be held on April 30th at its headquarters in Cairo.

It is worth noting that Al-Ahly team is the champion of the championship title in the last season, by beating its rival Zamalek with two goals to one in the final match.

And confirmed the participation of 5 Arab teams in the quarter-finals of the competition After qualify Ahly For the quarter-final round, after a draw with host Al-Merrikh Al-Sudani 2/2 in the match that brought them together this afternoon, Saturday, at the Blue Jawhara Stadium in the Sudanese capital Khartoum in the fifth round of the first group of the competition.

Al-Ahly team qualified for the quarter-finals in the Champions League in Group A, along with the Tanzanian leaders Simba, after its 4-1 victory over Vita Club, so that the Tanzanian team qualified for the quarter-finals for the first time in its history.

In the second group, an Arab team between JSB Belouizdad of Algeria and the Sudanese Crescent was confirmed, which will be decided in the sixth and final round, alongside the South African team Mamelodi Sundowns, after the Congolese Mazembe officially bid farewell to the group stage.

Within the third group competitions, the Moroccan Wydad team has qualified for the quarter-finals, and the second team will be decided from among the clubs, Houria Conakry of Fini, Petro Atletico of Angola, and Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa..

As for Group D, two Arab teams, Esperance Sportive de Tunis, have qualified, along with one of my teams Zamalek And Mouloudia Algeria, where the decision was postponed to the last round, after Zamalek won a double.

The Senegalese team, Tongith, was confirmed to bid farewell to the competition and exit from the group stage.

Last season’s eight-legged African Champions League competition, which culminated in the Al-Ahly title, witnessed the participation of 6 Arab teams..



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