African Soccer roundup

Al Ahly of Egypt have won this year's edition of the CAF Champions League. Africa's club of the century have set a new record by winning their seventh title. The Egyptian Red Devils have won 5 crowns in 11 years. They won the title in 2001,2005,2006,2008 and 2012.

Esperance lost their title to the Egyptians after a 2-1 defeat at the Rades stadium on Saturday. The Tunisians played a 1-1 draw in the first leg but they couldn't avoid defeat against their North African rivals.

In the CAF Confederations cup, AC Leopard played a 1-1 draw against Djoliba of Mali in Bamako. The South African side will win the competition if they can play a 0-0 draw in the second leg final.

Menawhile, Nigeria's Golden Eaglets defeated the junior eagles of Mali by 2-0 in Calabar. The Manu Garba tutored side lost several scoring chances against their visitors. The return leg will be played in Bamako on December 2,2012.

It will be recalled that the Nigerian Football Federation played the game under an official CAF protest. The Malians looked very hefty and it seems they paraded over aged players.

The encounter was the first leg of the final qualifying round for Morocco 2013 African Youth Championship.