Morocco’s Borkan Club won the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Cup for the first time after beating Egypt’s Pyramids 1-0 in the final match at Moulay Abdallah Stadium in Rabat on Sunday.
Defender Yusufo Daewoo scored the winning goal for Nahdhat Berkane after defensive confusion and the ball colliding with more than one player in the 15th minute.
Borkan succeeded in compensating for his loss in the Confederation Cup final last season against Egypt’s Zamalek.
Nahda Borkan ended the violent match with 10 players after its player, Bakr Al Hilali, was sent off after a violent foul and resorted to the video assistant referee two minutes before the end of normal time.
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