Sudanese team Al Hilal muddied the score of their Egyptian counterpart Al Ahly Club before facing South African side Sun Downs in the African Champions League.
The Sudanese team had previously been heavily punished by the CAF; As a result of the riots that Al-Hilal fans staged, in addition to part of the team’s technical staff.
Sudan’s Al-Hilal lost their supporters for 4 African matches, but are content with only 30 people per match, including 10 for the visiting team and 10 for the Sudanese Football Association.
In addition to imposing a financial penalty, he pays Dr. Awad Al-Jali $10,000, which is how much he is suspended for four matches, and also imposes a fine of $20,000 on the operator of the equipment.
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Al Hilal were recently able to beat their Cameroonian counterpart 2-2 in the fourth round of the second group of the CAF Champions League for the 2023 season.
David Abanga opened the gate for Sudan in the 41st minute of the match, while Makabe Lilibo scored the second goal in the 82nd minute from the penalty spot.
With this victory, Al-Hilal increased their score to 9 points and topped the second group standings, while the Sun Downs finished second with 7 points.
As for Al-Ahli, he is third with 4 points, and the Cameroonian clap closes the group in fourth and last place.
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