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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Egyptian head coach Mohamed Fathi has made history after guiding Zambian club NAPSA Stars to the CAF Confederation Cup group-stages.
NAPSA had qualified for the CAF Confederation for the first time in their history under the guidance of Egyptian head coach Mohamed Fathy following their fourth-place finish last season in the Zambian Super League.
They thrashed Ngazi Sport of Comoros 9-2 on aggregate in the Preliminary round, before getting past Mozambique’s UD Songo on away goals in the first round.
Kenyan giants Gor Mahia was the obstacle between them and a place in the group-stages in what seemed an almost impossible mission.
Against the odds, Daniel Adoko earned NAPSA Stars an impressive 1-0 victory away from home in Kenya just last week, before the return-leg took place this Sunday.
In Zambia, Samuel Onyango put Gor Mahia in front after just 16 minutes, before Austine Banda equalised almost immediately.
Just three minutes later, Cliffton Miheso made it 2-1 to Gor Mahia and they seemed on course to reaching the group-stages, before former Southampton and Zamalek striker Emmanuel Mayuka scored a late dramatic penalty in the 96th-minute, which made history for the Zambian side.
Led by Mohamed Fathi, NAPSA Stars will now compete in the CAF Confederation Cup group-stages and could fall against Egypt’s only representative Pyramids FC.
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