image cred : Facebook
All roads lead to Libya for Orlando Pirates as they engaged in a late encounter on a Sunday evening and they were looking for three points to solidify their position on top of Group A. The Libya giants Ahli Benghazi challenged Orlando Pirates in a CAF Confederation Cup Group Stages match. Let's check what transpired in CAF match.
FT | Ahli Benghazi 0 - 0 Orlando Piratesimage credit : @orlandopiratesfc/twitter
The Buccaneers can only settle for a point in a tight affair, remaining the only unbeaten side in Group A. The Buccaneers have won one game and drew two games which has brought them to second position with 5 points. The Group is still wide open for any opposition to claim a spot in the next round.
Group A Standingsimage cred : goal.com
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