Mazembe, Orlando and Al-Ahly Tripoli have qualified for the semifinals of the Confederation Cup

Lumumbashi (Democratic Congo): TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo concluded the march of its host, the Pyramids of Egypt, in the Confederation of African Football (Confederation of African Football) Cup, after beating them 2-0 on Sunday in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the continental competition. TP Mazembe reached the semi-finals of the tournament, after the 0-0 against the Pyramids in the first leg, played last Sunday in the Egyptian capital, Cairo. Christian Kofi opened the scoring for Mazembe in the 33rd minute, compensating for the missed penalty in the 13th minute, while Philips Konzombe scored the second goal for the hosts in the 44th minute. Mazembe scored an appointment in the semifinals of the tournament with the winner facing Al-Masry Al-Portsaidi and the Moroccan Berkane Renaissance, where the match back to each other later on Sunday evening in Morocco, noting that the first leg which took place in the Egyptian city of Alexandria ended with the victory of the Egyptian team 2-1 / and TP Mazembe are trying to regain the continental title absent for 5 years, as they had already crowned the Confederation in 2016 and 2017. The Orlando Pirates of South Africa reached the semifinals of the continental competition, after winning 4/3 on penalties over its host, Simba of Tanzania. The original time of the match return, held between the two teams in South Africa, ended with Orlando’s victory with a clear goal scored by Ghanaian Kwame Pibra in the 60th minute, the same result that Simba beat the nicknamed team (Pirates) in the first stage which took place last Sunday in the Tanzanian capital Dar es Salaam. The two teams competed immediately after the end of the original times for penalty kicks, which finally smiled in favor of the South African team, which they will meet in semifinal Libya’s Al-Ahly Tripoli. Al-Ahly Tripoli joined the ranks of qualifiers for Golden Square following his treasured 1-0 win over his traditional rival, Tripoli’s Al-Ittihad. The first leg that took place between the two teams at Al-Ittihad Stadium last week ended in a goalless draw, for Al-Ahly winning the nomination card for the next round. The only goal of the match came from Ayoub Ayyad, who scored the only goal of the match in the 19th minute. (DPA)