MATCH REPORT: Aduana 3-3 Raja Casablanca - Nathaniel Asamoah's late strike save Aduana from defeat in Confederation Cup Featured
16 May

MATCH REPORT: Aduana 3-3 Raja Casablanca - Nathaniel Asamoah's late strike save Aduana from defeat in Confederation Cup

A late goal from Nathaniel Asamoah saved Aduana Stars from another defeat in the 2018 CAF Confederation Cup on Wednesday afternoon.
Aduana Stars were held to a 3-3 home draw by Raja Casablanca at the Nana Agyemang Badu I Park.
The Moroccan giants dominated the first department of the match as they managed to register two goals.
Two-goal hero Mahmoud Benhalib opened the floodgate for the visitors in the eleventh minute after beating goalkeeper Joseph Addo in the 18-yard box.
Aduana Stars tried to gained possession in the middle of the first half as they tried their luck to grab the equalizer before the half hour-mark.
Congolese international Oba Ikama Ulitch snatched the leveller for the 'Ogya' boys with a cool finish to mark his debut goal in the competition.
Raja Casablanca ended the first department in a 2-1 victory as Lema Mabida restored the lead for them with a header in the 39th minute.
Three minutes after the break, Defender Caleb Amankwah's powerful header from a well-taken corner kick by Sam Adams resulted the match in a two-all draw.
Mahmoud Benhalib netted his second goal of the day with a stunning strike outside the box of Aduana in the 61st minute of the game.
With the inclusion of Nathaniel Asamoah and Abdul Rashid helped Aduana Stars to level the score before the final whistle was blown.
A 93rd minute goal from Nathaniel Asamoah ended the match in a 3-3 stalemate.
Group A table
AS Vita - 4 points
ASEC Mimosas - 3 points
Raja Casablanca - 2 points
Aduana Stars - 1 point
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