TP Mazembe hold Zamalek to 0-0 draw in CAF Champions League

TP Mazembe hold Zamalek to 0-0 draw in CAF Champions League
TP Mazembe hold Zamalek to 0-0 draw in CAF Champions League

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Egyptian side Zamalek have put one foot in the CAF Champions League quarter-finals as they were held to 0-0 draw by TP Mazembe.

The first chance of the game came in the 21st minute when Mostafa Mohamed’s shot was brilliantly saved by Mazembe goalkeeper, Sylvain Gbohouo.

Congolese striker Jackson Muleka nearly put his side ahead but his header was blocked by Mahmoud Alaa.

In the 35th minute Mostafa Mohamed took a powerful header however it went just wide.

The rest of the game was quite balanced as both sides failed to create any clear cut chances.

The only shot on target in the second-half came in 75th minute when Mostafa Mohamed took a shot from outside the penalty area but it was easily parried by Gbohouo.

Zamalek currently sit second in Group A with eight points, three behind leaders TP Mazembe.

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The Whites might secure qualification for the quarter-finals if ZESCO United draw with side Primeiro de Agosto on Saturday. If not they will need a draw or a win in their final group stage game against Primeiro de Agosto on February 1st.

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