July 6, 2022

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Nahdat Bergen wins African Confederations Cup Morocco for third consecutive season

Nahdat Bergen wins African Confederations Cup Morocco for third consecutive season

Nahdat Bergen has refused to take the CAF Confederations Cup title from Morocco, having won the last three seasons by beating South Africa’s Orlando Pirates 5-4 on penalties for the second time. An extra 1-1 yesterday at the stadium in the Nigerian city of Oyo. Goodbow Agbabio.

The original time ended in a goalless draw, and then the Moroccan team thought they had overcome the match when they took the lead through a penalty kick scored by Youssef Al-Fali in the 97th minute, but the Orlando Pirates took advantage of a dangerous defensive error. In the 117th minute Tempingosi equalized through Lorch, who was stopped by Hamza Al-Hamayani, the owner of the penalty kick he missed for his team.

This is the second title for “Paragna” after the first title in 2020, and the team reached the 2019 final on its first continental participation, before losing to Egyptian Jamalek on penalties.

After the Royal Army (2005), Al-Fath Rabat (2010), Moroccan Fassi (2011), Raja (2018 and 2021) and the Renaissance, the number of Moroccan club titles in the competition increased to three in a row and seven in total. Bergen (2020 and 2022).
Moroccan captain Mohamed Aziz, Bakr al-Hilali and al-Arabi al-Naji all won second place in the tournament because they were in the golden generation that won the title two years ago, as well as the Throne Cup (2018).
Orlando Pirates, on the other hand, suffered their second defeat in the final of the tournament in 2015 after their first defeat against Tunisia’s Edoil du Sahal.

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