Primeiro de Agosto won 3-1 in the second leg against Namungo in the CAF Confederations Cup, but lost the two legged tie 7-5 on aggregate.
Primeiro de Agosto played their latest fixture in the CAF Confederations Cup against Namungo, which were the second leg and won the match 3-1 in the end. Unfortunately for Primeiro de Agosto, their 3-1 win were not enough as they lost the two legged tie 7-5 on aggregate after they suffered a 6-2 defeat in the first leg. Primeiro de Agosto did good in the second leg though, as they scored three goals in the match after trailing the match 1-0 from the early minutes of the first half when Namungo took the lead. Primeiro made a comeback by a first half penalty goal and two more goals in the second half of the match.
Namungo opened the scoring in the first half of the match when Sixtus Sabilo scored in the 7th minute of the match as Namungo took the 1-0 lead. Primeiro de Agosto managed to equalise when Brayan Moya scored from the penalty spot in the 29th minute of the match to level the score on 1-1. Brayan Moya managed to score his brace of goals when he found the back of the net in the 52nd minute of the match as Primeiro leads at 2-1. Primeiro added another goal to their score when Jó scored in the 90+2 minute as Primeiro de Agosto won the match 3-1 in the end. Primeiro's win did not matter as much as they lost 7-5 in aggregate as they eliminated from the CAF Confederations Cup, as Numngo makes it through to the next stage.
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