CAF Champions League: Nigeria's Plateau United Knocked Out

MC Alger hit six past abysmal MFM FC

Impressively, the 22-year-old, who was guilty of conceding cheap goals in the home loss to Banjul Hawks of The Gambia in the Preliminary Round, redeemed himself to play a key role in United's progress.

The NPFL champions need to win by at least 2-0 today to advance to the money-spinning stage of the Champions League after they lost 4-2 in the first leg.

The home team scored in the 24th minute of the game through Tosin Omoleye to set the tone for an interesting game. The former African club champions had won the first leg 2-0 away in Cotonou last week.

"However, I commend Plateau United for their fighting spirit and commitment", he said.

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And manager Javi Gracia admitted his side had been completely outclassed. "We have beaten them for a start". He is special to watch and I think we on the pitch enjoy it as much as the fans do.

The Coach Kennedy Boboye-tutored side now has between Ajiboye and John Gaadi to pick from as goaltender for the crunchy tie.

MC Alger beating MFM FC 7-2 on aggregate have made it to the group stages of this season's CAF Champions League while MFM FC have dropped to the CAF Confederation Cup while they will participate in the playoff to book their place into the competitions group stages.

Nigeria's surviving representative in the CAF Champions League, Plateau United, have been knocked out of the competition.

However, the duo of Enyimba FC and Akwa United gave Nigeria the ray of hope following their qualification into the next stage of the CAF Confederation Cup yesterday. After cancelling out the 1-0 defeat it suffered to end regulation time on 1-1 aggregate, the Promise Keepers romp through 3-2 on penalties.

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