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Conf Cup: Adesina fails to save Côte d’Or as Al Masry advance

Cote d’Or of Seychelles midfielder Peter Adesina

 

Nigeria born Peter Adesina failed to save his Seychelles side Cote d’Or on Sunday as they booked their exit in the CAF Confederation cup play-offs.

It was indeed a two legged nightmare for the Seychelles side as they lost both home and away to Al Masry of Egypt, conceding six goals without scoring any.

In the first leg decided at the Stade Linité in the Indian Ocean enclave the homeboys were hammered 4-0 in front of their fans. The second leg played on Sunday in Egypt did not fare better as the Ocean boys again lost 2-0 to hand the Egyptian side safe passage on a 6-0 aggregate.

Adesina has been in good form ahead of the championship and had reportedly contributed in no small measures to the side’s survival of preliminary clashes.

The waters apparently became too hot for Cote d’Or as they faced a more experienced Al Masry.

The 28 year old had netted 12 goals for the Seychellois Champions and had hoped to help ginger the side to the next level.

Al Masry of Egypt players celebrate after edging out Cote d’Or on 6-0 aggregate at the weekend

Cote d’Or, will however be hoping to build on the experiences garnered from their outing this year.

Top clubs who contrary to permutations failed to survive the play-offs after the second leg ties were concluded on Sunday include Gor Mahia of Kenya edged out by Motema Pembe of DR Congo, Asante Kotoko of Ghana edged out by San Pedro of Ivory Coast and Green Eagles of Zambia edged out by Hassania Agadir of Morocco after a 3-2 aggregate.

Nigerian representatives Rangers international and Enyimba moved into the Group stage on Sunday after edging out their opponents Kara of Togo and TS Galaxy of South Africa respectively.

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