Chiefs to play Muçulmana

2014-02-17 14:21
Kaizer Chiefs (File)
Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs will face the Mozambican side, Liga Muçulmana, in the next round of the CAF Champions League following their 4-1 aggregate triumph over Namibian side Black Africa over the weekend.  

Chiefs and Black Africa played to a 1-all stalemate at the Independent Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday in the second leg of their first round encounter.

Kirsten Nkhatha was on target for the Soweto Giants, while Willy Stephanus grabbed an equaliser for the home side in the second period.

The Glamour Boys defeated their counterparts 3-0  at the FNB stadium two weeks ago.

Chiefs will host the Mozambican giants in their first leg clash at the FNB Stadium on February 28.

Amakhosi will then play the return fixture in Mozambique on the weekend of March 7-9.

The first-leg game will kick off at 20:00.


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