Libya’s Al-Tahadi won 1-0 over Ghana’s Aduana Stars at the first leg match of CAF Champions League on Sunday at Petro Sport Stadium in Cairo, Egypt, since Libya is banned from holding matches on its land over security reasons.
Mahmoud Ali scored the winner for Al-Tahadi at the minute 35, with both teams playing carefully in order to take the game to each to its own benefit.
The game as open and in the two halves Al-Tahadi tried to play in an open and carefully manner as they know the opponent’s strength points. Ghana’s champion tried to score more than once but Al-Tahadi’s defense was firm.
The second leg match will be held in Ghana’s capital Accra on February 19.