Chaos after the match Vita Club fans attack Masry coach Hossam Hassan
Masry’s adventure in the Confederation Cup ended on Wednesday when they slumped to a heavy 4-0 defeat to Congolese side Vita Club away in the second-leg of the Competition’s semi-finals.
The Port Said-based club, who were held to a goalless draw by the Vita Club in the first-leg in Port Said earlier this month, were desperate to win on Wednesday’s clash to advance to the final but they struggled against a solid Congolese side.
Midfielder Eddy Emomo scored twice in the 6th and the 38th minutes respectively while Makusu Mundele added the third in the 75th of the game.
Substitute Mukoko Batezadio completed the rout in injury time, giving his side a deserved win.
The hosts made an ideal start of the game when Emomo opened the scoring with a nice header. Masry striker Ahmed Gomaa could have the chance to level the score eight minutes later but his close-range header was denied by Vita Club’s keeper.
Emomo found the net another time seven minutes before the break with a powerful shot from outside the area, giving the chance to his side to go to the locker room with a comfortable lead.
Masry coach Hossam Hassan introduced striker Mahmoud Wadi to strengthen the team’s frontline but he failed to make his presence felt.
A defensive lapse from Masry defenders allowed Makusu Mundele to add the third goal for the Congolese side in the 75 th minute while substitute Mukoko Batezadio benefited from another defensive blunder from Masry’s defenders to score the fourth in the dying minutes, firing his side to the final.
In the final Vita Club will face the winner of the game between Moroccan side Raja and Enyimba of Nigeria.
— CAF (@CAF_Online) October 24, 2018
Chaos after the match