CAF Confederation Cup. Nahdet Berkane wins second leg against Egypt’s Zamalek (Report/Video)

On Sunday evening, the Municipal Stadium in Berkane witnessed a thrilling first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup final, as Morocco’s Ennahda Berkane and Egypt’s Zamalek faced off in a battle for the continental title. The match ended 2-1 in favour of Ennahda Berkane, giving the Moroccan side an advantage ahead of the second leg.

The road to the final was not an easy one for either team, with Ennahda Berkane facing a tough challenge in the semi-final against Algeria’s Etihad Capital, while Zamalek overcame Ghana’s Dreams FC with a convincing result. The strong performance of both teams reflected the competitive spirit and skill of the players.

Ennahda Berkane’s starting line-up was balanced and cohesive, with players such as Youssoufou Dayo and Adel Tahif scoring the goals. Zamalek, on the other hand, started the game with a strong line-up, but found it difficult to penetrate the solid Renaissance Berkane defence.

The match was an eventful affair, with three goals scored and an entertaining display of football. Ennahda Berkane managed to maintain their lead despite Zamalek’s pressure in the second half. Zamalek’s only goal came through Seifeddine Jaziri, keeping hope alive for the Egyptian side in the return leg.

All eyes will now turn to the second leg, where Zamalek will try to make amends and win the title, while Renaissance Berkanea will look to maintain their lead and win the continental title. With sportsmanship and honourable competition, we wish both teams the best of luck and hope to see a match full of excitement and skill.

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