African Champions League: Kaiser Chiefs To Face Al Ahly In Final

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Kaizer Chiefs held Wydad Casablanca to a 0-0 draw at home in the second leg of their semi-final to go through 1-0 on aggregate after their victory in Morocco last weekend.

Ahly, who also held a 1-0 first leg advantage over Tunisia’s Esperance, won 3-0 in Egypt to advance 4-0 overall.

Kaizer Chiefs went into their home leg against Wydad Casablanca knowing they could achieve the historic feat simply by avoiding defeat.

Goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma, who had helped Chiefs earn six clean sheets in this season’s Champions League before Saturday’s match, was replaced in the team by Nigerian Daniel Akpeyi.

Despite pressure from Wydad to get an equaliser, Akpeyi stood firm to help Chiefs continue their impressive recent defensive record.

They held on to become the third South African side to reach the final, after Mamelodi Sundowns (2001 & 2016) and great rivals Orlando Pirates (1995 & 2013).

BBC Sport


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