African Champions League: TP Mazembe draw in Morocco

African Champions League trophy
African Champions League trophy

DR Congo's TP Mazembe were held to a goalless draw by hosts Morocco's Moghreb Tetouan in the African Champions League on Sunday.

Sudan's Al Hilal moved to the top of Group A with a 2-0 win over visiting Smouha of Egypt, who are now second in the table.

Midfielder Nasr Ahmed scrambled home from a corner in the first-half.

Nazar Hamid sealed victory from a superb solo effort nine minutes from time.

African Champions League fixtures:
Group A:Group B:
12/07/15: Moghreb Tetouan 0-0 TP Mazembe10/07/15: USM Alger 1-0 Al Merreikh
12/07/15: Al Hilal 2-0 Smouha11/07/15: El Eulma 0-1 Entente Setif

Moghreb Tetouan are bottom of the group with a single point while four-time champions Mazembe have two points from two draws.

Holders Entente Setif secured a late 1-0 victory away to fellow Algerians El Eulma, to get their Champions League campaign back on track.

Eulma, who were relegated to the Algerian second division at the end of last season, looked to have held the defending champions to a 0-0 draw, until an own goal by goalkeeper Tarek Mahsas in the dying seconds.

The result gave Setif their first points in Group B, having lost their opening group match to fellow Algerians USM Alger two weeks ago.

As for Eulma, they are looking of their first points of the group phase, after losing both their matches so far.

USM Alger made it two wins out of two in Group B with a 1-0 victory over Sudanese club Al Merreikh on Friday.

Youcef Bellaili scored the only goal after 53 minutes to put USM Alger top of the group with a maximum six points from two games.

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