Leopards through in Confed Cup
Leopards through in Confederation Cup after beating Warri Wolves
Posted: 13 May 2012
Time: 05:43 pm
Black Leopards are through to the last 16 of the CAF Confederation Cup after they beat Warri Wolves 2-0 at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday.
Leopards advanced to the next stage of the competition on the away goal rule, after they lost 3-1 in the first leg in Nigeria a fortnight ago.
Zimbabwean striker Kingston Nkatha proved to be the hero for Lidoda Duvha, scoring in each half for the win.
The home side deserved the win as they dominated from the first to last whistle, with midfielder Raymond Monama a marvel to watch in the middle of the park.
Despite their success in Africa, Leopards are still fighting relegation at home, and have to win both their remaining matches in the Premiership.
Article by: Ernest Fakude
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