On Sunday it was affirmed that Soweto monsters Orlando Pirates will challenge this season's CAF Confederation Cup last. The Buccaneers are currently only one triumph away from their most memorable piece of flatware this season in the wake of beating Libyan side Al Ahly Tripoli 2-1 on total.
ORLANDO PIRATES LOST AT HOME
Orlando Pirates won the main leg of their semi-last 2-0 in Libya, however Tripoli won the second leg at the Orlando Stadium 1-0 on Sunday in the wake of scoring a late objective, in spite of the fact that it was eventually to no end.
Orlando Pirates will play the victor of the second semi-last between the DR Congo's TP Mazembe and RS Berkane of Morocco.
Those different sides will fight in their semi-last second leg at 21:00 (SA time) on Sunday, with TP Mazembe holding a 1-0 benefit after the main leg.
Remarking on the movement of Pirates, Pitso Mosimane - who has quite recently driven Al Ahly to a third progressive CAF Champions League last - communicated something specific of congrats to Bucs, while featuring that he had initially tipped them to arrive at the last.
"I need to compliment my kindred South African group for making CAF Confederation Cup Final. Whenever I directed the CAF draw, I tipped them to make the last. Thank for making it valid," he expressed via virtual entertainment.
The exceptionally expected last will be held at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in Uyo, Nigeria on Friday, 20 May.
The start up time is yet to be affirmed.
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