Raja Club Athletic won 6-5 on penalties in latest CAF Confederations Cup fixture
By _iamche_ | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 19 views
Raja Club Athletic played their latest fixture in the CAF Confederations Cup against Monastir and lost the match 1-0, but managed to win 6-5 after a penalty shootout.
Raja Club Athletic played their latest fixture in the CAF Confederations Cup against Monastir away from home, and lost the match 1-0 at full-time. Raja Club Athletic won their first leg at home against Monastir 1-0 and since both clubs won their home fixtures 1-0 they ended the two legged tie on 1-1 in the end. After Monastir won 1-0 against Raja Club Athletic in the second leg, the match went to a penalty shootout to determine a winner in the two legged tie. Raja Club Athletic managed to win the penalty shootout 6-5 in the end as they progress in the CAF Confederations Cup competition.
Monastir opened the scoring in the the first half of the match when Ilyes Jelassi scored in the 38yh minute of the match to lead at 1-0. Monastir won the match 1-0 in the end but lost the match 6-5 in the end after the penalty shootout to determine the winner as Raja Club Athletic won and progress to the next stage.
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