Issues went south for Enyimba within the second half the place they conceded three cheeky targets.
Enyimba Soccer Membership at the moment are in a tough place of their quest to progress to the following part within the CAF Confederation Cup because the Folks’s Elephant had been hammered 4-1 by Egyptian aspect Pyramids within the first leg of their quarter-final tie on Sunday on the Air Defence Stadium, Cairo.
The nation’s flag bearers suffered the heavy defeat regardless of scoring a objective within the first minute on Sunday’s tie.
Coach Fatai Osho’s males made a promising begin when Victor Mbaoma shot them into the lead a number of seconds after the blast of the whistle.
Sadly, as an alternative of constructing on that vivid begin, Enyimba fell like a pack of playing cards afterward towards their extremely tactical opponents.
Ramadan Sobhi received the equaliser for Pyramids within the fifteenth minute and the primary half ended 1-1.
Nevertheless, issues went south for Enyimba within the second half the place they conceded three cheeky targets. Abdallah El-Saed was on the right track 4 minutes into the second half earlier than Ibrahim Adel discovered the again of the web within the 58th and 66th minutes.
The 4-1 win has given the Pyramids an enormous benefit heading into the second leg in Aba.
Because it stands, Enyimba will want a minimal of 3-0 victory if they’re to progress into the semi-final forward of their Egyptian opponents.
Pyramids FC: Sherif Ekramy – Ahmed Fathi, Ahmed Sami, Ali Gabr (Ahmed Ayman 66), Mohamed Hamdi – Nabil “Dunga” Emad, Eric Traore (Mahmoud Hamada 87), Abdallah El-Mentioned (Eslam Issa 87) – Ramadan Sobhi, Mohamed Farouk (Ahmed Tawfiq 23), John Antwi (Ibrahim Adel 46).
Enyimba: John Noble – Daniel Darkwah, Abubakar Hassan (Ojo 70), Farouk Mohammed, Omoyele Abraham, Ibitham Orok (Temielyein 56), Egbe Manyo, Ogbonnaya Nelson, Nbaoma Chukwuma (Adebayo 70), Oladapo Tunde (Olisema 70), Olatunji Mathew
Venue: Air Defence Stadium, Cairo
Referee: Victor Gomes