Vihiga Queens on Friday got taken out of the 2021 debut CAF Womens Champions League in the wake of losing 4-0 to River Angels of Nigeria in the pivotal Group B match played at the 30 June Stadium in Cairo, Egypt.
The Kenyan outfit went into the match requiring a success to make certain of advancing to the elimination rounds yet the Nigerians demonstrated excessively solid subsequent to scoring four objectives in the subsequent half to prevent the East Africans a possibility from getting arriving at the last four.
Vivian Ikechukwu scored a support before Oluwadamilola Koku and Gift Monday fixed the success for the West Africans.
Notwithstanding, in spite of the substantial success, River Angels and Vihiga both neglected to advance forward at the competition in Egypt subsequent to completing behind pioneers Mamelodi Sundowns and ASFAR Women of Morocco.
Mamelodi Sundowns worked out to a 0-0 draw with the Morrocan side to complete unbeaten and top of Group B with seven focuses followed by ASFAR with four focuses.
Stream Angels came third with three focuses and Vihiga last likewise with three focuses yet with a substandard objective distinction. Two groups from the two gatherings, Group An and B qualified straightforwardly to the elimination rounds.
In Group A, Hasaacas Ladies of Ghana and Malabo Kings of Equatorial Guinea cruised through the semi-finals as the host Wadi Degla, Egypt effortlessly bid goodby to the competition after their 2-2 draw against Hasaacas Ladies who were beating the Group An in the wake of dominating all her matches and had the affirmation to book a spot in the semis.
Gathering B Standings
1 Mamelodi Sundowns - 7 focuses
2 ASFAR Women 4 focuses
3 River Angels 3 focuses
4 Vihiga Queens 3 focuses
Vihiga Queens 0-4 River Angels
Vihiga Queens 2-0 ASFAR Women
Vihiga 0-1 Mamemlodi Sundowns
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