Kenyan club Tusker FC lost 1.0 against Egyptian heavyweights Zamalek FC in Nairobi .However, the Kenyan side was making their way back into the CAF champions league after many years of absence. Facing Zamalek was a tough call for Robert Matano coached side. It was a huge task for the Ruaraka based side. On the other hand, the breweries could qualify for the champions league group stages since away goals rule was abolished by world football governing body FIFA .
It means any win for the Kenyan side could help them to qualify for the biggest competition in Africa. if Tusker fails to beat Zamalek FC in Egypt, they will be relegated to the CAF confederation cup where Gormahia are currently participating. Will Tusker FC overturn the tables against the Egyptian side? All eyes will be set on Matano to make changes for the side to perform. We wish him and the team all the best.
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