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Saint George won 2-0 at home in the African Champions League preliminary stage second round first-leg match against visitors Djoliba AC of Mali, while Dedebit returned home with a narrow 1-0 away defeat to its Sudanese counterpart, Al Ahly Shendi.
In the much anticipated first leg home match St. George managed a substantial win, although the Malian champions, both physically and tactically, were superior to the home side with the greatest ball possession. In Michael Krugger’s 4-4-2 formation it was the back four that stood in good form, not only keeping the visitors at bay, but also involving in the counter attacks. The opening goal came six minutes in to the game from an unlikely source, Yared Zenabu, who volleyed home after a crossbar rebound from Adane Girma’s shot. Man of the match, Shimeles Bekele, was at his best in orchestrating the midfield, but hardly produced a goal scoring opportunity for Adane Girma seen idling away for most of the match. In good form, Alula initiated the second goal, from which Fitsum G/Mariam, coming off the bench, scored in the second half. Though the 2-0 home score line appears something to celebrate, the return leg is likely to be a real challenge for St. George’s head coach, Krugger.
Dedebit is back home after a 1-0 defeat to Sudanese Cup holder Al Ahly Shendi. The narrow away defeat means Dedebit is hot favorite to go past the stage if they secure victory at home. The side is currently in good form and has the capabilities to do so. According to head coach Abraham T/Haimanot, his side did everything possible to win, or at least share a point in Khartoum, but settled for the marginal defeat. “We will win on the return leg in front of home supporters and are sure to go through to the next stage,” Abraham remarked, after the club’s return from Sudan.