CAF Confederation Cup: Dreams FC stun Stade Malien with comeback win in Mali

Dreams FC pulled off a stunning comeback victory against Stade Malien in the CAF Confederation Cup, securing a 2-1 win on the road in Mali.

The quarter-final first leg saw an early lead for Stade Malien, with Yoro Diaby opening the scoring for the home side at the Stade du 26 Mars.

However, Dreams FC refused to back down, with John Antwi emerging as the hero of the day. Antwi’s remarkable brace turned the tide in favor of ‘the Still Believe’ lads, as he equalised in the 66th minute before sealing the victory with a spot-kick goal in the 71st minute.

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With this impressive triumph, the Ghanaian side now hold a significant advantage heading into the second leg of the tie.

They will have the opportunity to capitalise on their momentum as they welcome Stade Malien to the Kumasi Baba Yara Stadium for the return fixture.

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The Ghana FA Cup champions are eager to make to the competition’s semifinals, and the win puts them in pole position to achieve that.

Dreams FC’s journey in the CAF Confederation Cup has been nothing short of extraordinary, especially considering that this is their debut appearance in the competition.

With their eyes set on reaching the semifinals, Dreams FC aims to continue their remarkable run and make history in African football.


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