Raja beat Pyramids 5-4 on penalties | VIDEO | CAFCC
Morocco’s Raja qualified for the Confederation Cup final at the expense of Egypt’s Pyramids FC on penalties, to set up a date with Algeria’s JS Kabylie, who also qualified at the expense of Cameroon’s Cotton, today, Sunday.
Pyramids tied the return match in Casablanca without goals, which is the same result as the first leg in Cairo, before Raja outperformed 5-4 on penalties and qualified for the final match.
The Algerian club JS Kabylie qualified for the African Confederation Cup final, after renewing its victory over Cameroonian Cotton, in the semi-final second leg.
JS Kabylie defeated Cameroonian Cotton 3/0 to qualify for the final match with a total score of 5/1, after winning 2-1 away in the first leg.