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Amiri Kiemba @ SS com

Libolo stun Simba



Tanzanian champions Simba SC suffered a 1-0 defeat against Angolan side Recreativo do Libolo in a Caf Champions League game played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

Joao Martins was the hero for the visitors as he scored the only goal of the game through a header earlier in the 24th minute connecting a good delivered cross from Dario Cardoso, as the Angolan side grabbed an away advantage before the return leg in two weeks time.

Simba SC: Juma Kaseja, Nassor Masoud, Shomary Kapombe, Komabil Keita, Juma Nyosso, Mussa Mudde/Amir Maftah (53'), Mrisho Ngassa, Amri Kiemba, Haroun Chanongo/Ramadhan Singano (67'), Mwinyi Kazimoto and Haruna Moshi/Salim Kinje (85').

CRD Libolo: Landu Mavanga, Carlos Almeida, Anotnio Cassule, Pedro Libeiro, Gamaliel Massumari, Manuel Lopez, Dorivaldo Dias, Sidnei Mariao, Joao Martins/Andres Madrid (72'), Dario Cardoso/Muno Silva (82') and Maieco Antonio/Henry Camara (76').



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