Zamalek 3-1 Raja Casablanca (4-1 on aggregate): Egyptian giants reach CAF Champions League final

Zamalek 3-1 Raja Casablanca (4-1 on aggregate): Egyptian giants reach CAF Champions League final

Zamalek booked their place in the CAF Champions League final as a 3-1 win over Raja Casablanca set up a shot at Al Ahly for the continental title. Armed with a 1-0 lead from the first leg, thanks to Achraf Bencharki’s header, five-time African champions Zamalek were given a fright in Wednesday’s return game but a late double from Mostafa Mohamed sealed their passage. Ben Malango fired a 22-yard strike, helped by a deflection, into the bottom left corner to give Raja Casablanca the lead two minutes into the second half, levelling the tie. However, Ferjani Sassi put Zamalek level on the night and back in front on aggregate with a clever finish on 61 minutes, a strike with the outside of his right boot

ES Tunis 3 Al Ahly 0 (4-3 agg): Bguir inspires incredible CAF final turnaround

ES Tunis completed a stunning turnaround to claim CAF Champions League glory, winning 3-0 in the second leg to seal a 4-3 aggregate final triumph.  Saad Bguir starred with a goal in each half before Anice Badri's dramatic late strike heralded a third continental triumph for his club, sparking bedlam in the Tunisian capital.  Al Ahly took command with a 3-1 triumph on home turf in the first leg, although in the aftermath of an ill-tempered affair the Egyptian side had Walid Azarou banned for unsporting behaviour.  Their hosts took advantage of any disquiet and, although they had to wait until first-half stoppage-time to breakthrough, Al Ahly were pinned back under waves of pressure that eventually consumed them.  Bguir engineered space in the penalty