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Goodbye to Champions League: Zamalek Departs Algeria

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Algerian youth sports club Belouizdad beat their Egyptian guest Zamalek in the group stage of the CAF Champions League after beating them 2-0 in the “Arab derby” that brought them together on Friday night.

Algerian midfielder Zakaria Daraoui and Cameroonian striker Lionel Wamba signed a double for the hosts in the 75th and 79th minutes, respectively, from the meeting that brought them together at the July 1962 5 stadium in the city of Cheraga, which takes place as part of the competition of the fifth round of the Group Stage tournament African Champions League.

The youth club Belouizdad raised their score to 9 points after this victory, strengthening their position in second place in the fourth group (D) ranking table and securing access to the quarter-finals of the championship, accompanied by the Tunisian Athletic Esperance, the leader with 10 points.

At the same time, the balance of the Zamalek club stopped at 4 points, and he remained in the last fourth place in the group standings and officially said goodbye to the championship, accompanied by the Sudanese club Al-Merreikh, who took third place with 5 points.

Source: RT

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