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On-fire Sadomba denies Enyimba victory

[Posted 17 Jul 2011]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Speed merchant Edward Sadomba scored twice against Enyimba in a CAF Champions League Group A match

Sudanese giants Al-Hilal was in such irressistible form, scoring a brace as he almost won this away CAF Champions League Group A match against hosts and former champions Enyimba of Nigeria in Aba on Sunday afternoon. The two teams drew 2-2.

The home side Enyimba enjoyed much possession on a heavy and slow pitch in Aba, and thretened to overrun the visitors early on with Kalu Uche, Josiah Maduabuchi and Eneki Otekp combining well to threaten the visitors' goal.

The Sudanese club was however resolute in defence, and played a well calculated game, opting to hit Enyimba on the counter.

Al-Hilal's game plan worked as Zimbabwean striker Sadomba broke loose after a failed Enyimba attack.  

The powerfully built Hilal striker, a speed merchant in his own right, embarked on a solo 40 meter run in the 23rd minute, past the midfield and beating for dead defenders Ekene Iwuorie and Nnaemeka Anyawu, before letting fly a stinger from the edge of the box which deceived Enyimba keeper who went the wrong way.

Enyimba continued to exert pressure on the visiting Sudanese, and only three minutes from the break, found the all important equaliser. Valentine Nwabili's harmless looking long-range strike somehow found the mark, beating an otherwise impressive Abdel Ibrahim  in goals for Al Hilal.

Bouyed by their equaliser, the home team soon found themselves in their element, as the continued to bombard the Hilal goal relentlessly in search of a lead.

And Enyimba's efforts paid off as the lead came in the 60th minute after impressive Kalu Uche headed in Peter Onoja’s inviting cross.

While Enyimba thought they were due for an insurance goal, Sadomba and his team mates had other ideas for the crowd in Aba.  Substitute Hamen Khalifa beautifully substracted the Enyimba defence before setting  up Sadomba for his second goal in the 77th minute.

The result leaves all four teams in Group A tied on one point, following a goalless draw in the match featuring Raja Casablanca and Cotton Sport in Morrocco. 


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