Things are narrowing in Group C of the African Queen competition. After the reinstatement of Ismaily, the Egyptians had to take it home. In a balanced match where the two teams shared possession of the ball (50-50), the yellow and blue believed they did the hardest by opening the score in the 68th thanks to the Namibian Benson Shilongo, author of a beautiful side sequence law.
Alas in Borg El Arab, the fate of the match has been favorable to the Algerians who scored in additional time following a scramble in the Egyptian penalty area. Emad Hamdy pushes the ball into his own net. This draw (1-1) is the business of the Algerians who clinch a valuable point outside. With 7 points but only 3 games, CS Constantine is first tie with TP Mazembe who played one more game.
Source: Confederation Africaine de Football