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Diarra goal may haunt ENPPI



Despite a 3-1 win in the 16th round of African Confederation cup against Cercle Olympique , Enppi head coach Hossam Al Badry was very angry at his team for conceding a goal.

His team had been coasting after goals by Amr Al Halawany in the 2nd minute and a brace by Die Foneye in the 28th and 57th only to allow the Malians get one back with just 5 minutes to spare.

Star Mohammed Shabaan told SuperSport " the Coach is very upset after warning us not to allow this to happen. Diarr's goal really hurt.".

"Despite the score Cercle players are good players and are strong too - so it will be a fight in Mali" Shabaan added

Enppi will play their return leg in two weeks in Mali.

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