Performance of Ghanaian players in CAF's inter clubs competitions
GHANASoccernet.com African football chief Nuhu Adams has details on how Ghanaian players fared in this weekend's CAF inter-clubs competition.
CAF Champions League
Midfielder Richard Sewu enjoyed 45 minutes as his side Mbabane Swallows lost 2-0 to Etoile Du Sahel on Friday.
Ocansey Mandela, Brefo Mensah and Sebe Baffour Kyei lasted the entire duration for Guinean giants Horoya AC who succumbed 2-0 to holders Wydad Athletic Club in Morocco.
Shot stopper Razak Brimah was an unused substitute when his club Mamelodi Sundowns recorded their win of the group stage with a 2-1 win over AS Togo-Port as the Lucas Moripe stadium.
CAF Confederation Cup
Black Stars goalie Fatau Dauda and midfielder Farouk Mohammed saw full time action on Sunday but their presence could not prevent Enyimba FC from losing 2-0 to Ivorian side Williamsville AC on Sunday.
Former Hearts of Oak prospect Tawrik Jebrin emerged the top passer of the ball to help Al Masry SC to secure a vital 1-0 victory against Moroccan outfit Renaissance Sportive Berkane.