Warri Wolves Advance In Confederation Cup

Warri Wolves Football Club were held to 1-1 draw at home by Union Douala Football Club of Cameroon in the CAF Confederation Cup second leg, first round match on Sunday, 9 March, 2014.
But, the Delta State-owned club qualified for the next round of the competition on 4-3 aggregate, having won the first leg 3-2 in Cameroon last week.
The tension-soaked encounter, played at the Warri Township Stadium, saw Musa Najere scoring from the spot before Douala got their equaliser also from a penalty kick deep into the die minutes of the second half.
The visitors raised their game today, making the home fans to sit on the edge of their seats at the averagely filled 25,000 capacity Stadium.
Wolves would have scored at least five goals in the clash, but their strikers wasted begging chances.


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