Petro de Luanda visits Al-Hilal from Sudan today with “eyes” on the quarter-finals – Jornal OPaís

A possible victory today, the tricolor team, leader of group C with eight points, seals their qualification for the quarter-finals of the African Football Champions League, in the city of Benghazi, Libya, at 5:00 pm

Petro de Luanda visits Al-Hilal from Sudan today, at 5pm, at the Benina Stadium, in Libya, with the aim of qualifying for the quarter-finals, in a match relating to the 5th round of group C of the League of African Champion Clubs.

To achieve the objective, the Angolan ambassador, leader with 8 points, is forced to forget the last defeat, due to an unanswered ball, in the Sudanese stronghold.

Even so, Alexandre Santos’ men start with slight favoritism, because in the three games played they won two, in the Angolan capital, that is, at the Estádio 11 de Novembro.

But, as each game has its own story this afternoon it will be no different, as the Catetão team only needs one victory to guarantee qualification to the other phase of the competition organized by the African Football Confederation (CAF).

The Portuguese player serving the Angolan champion, Alexandre Santos, leaves with the full squad, that is, without clinical cases.

Even playing on a borrowed field, the Sudanese team, last with four points, will seek to repeat the feat of 2004, where they hosted and beat, 1-0, the Angolan team to dream of progressing to the other stage. For the same game, Étoile du Sahel and Espérance de Tunis face off tomorrow, at 8:00 pm (Angola time).

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