Tunisia's Etoile du Sahel advance in Confederation Cup

Tunisia's Etoile du Sahel celebrate winning the Confederation Cup
Etoile du Sahel of Tunisia have won all five of the African Club competitions past and present

Tunisia's Etoile du Sahel and Young Africans of Tanzania both lost their Confederation Cup second legs 1-0 but progressed to the group phase with 2-1 aggregate wins.

Louis Ameka Autchanga gave Gabon's Mounana hope against reigning champions Etoile when he scored for the hosts four minutes before half-time.

Etoile held on to advance thanks to their 2-0 win at home 10 days ago.

The 37-year-old Love scored a goal but also missed a penalty as his Angolan side Sagrada Esperanca beat visiting Young Africans 1-0 in the 24th minute.

Confederation Cup second legs:
Sagrada Esperanca 1-0 Young Africans (agg 1-2)
Mounana 1-0 Etoile du Sahel (agg 1-2)
Medeama 2-0 Mamelodi Sundowns (agg 3-3; Medeama through on away goals)
Misr Elmaqasah 1-1 Al Ahly Tripoli (agg 1-1; Ahly through on away goals)
Kawkab Marrakech 2-0 Al Merreikh (agg 2-1)
FUS Rabat 4-0 Stade Malien (agg 4-0)

Love, who played for Angola at the 2006 World Cup in Germany, scored in the 24th minute to reduce the overall lead of the Tanzanians.

However Love then turned to villain as he missed a penalty in the dying minutes of the game that would have forced the game into extra time.

Medeama of Ghana booked their place in the group phase after an impressive 2-0 win over South Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns in Sekondi which put the hosts through on the away goals rule.

Trailing 3-1 from the first leg, Medeama were the underdogs going into their return match at home.

But a penalty from Malik Akowush followed by a Bernard Ofiri goal made it 3-3 on aggregate, and gave Medeama an away goals victory.

Al Ahly Tripoli of Libya scored a late equaliser in Egypt against Misr Elmaqasah to progress, also on away goals. Ghanaian Nana Poku gave Elmaqasah an early lead, which they held onto until the last five minutes of the game before conceding a penalty, which was converted by Zakareya Al Lafy.

Penalties were decisive in Morocco where Kawkab Marrakech scored two of them to beat Sudanese giants Al Merreikh. 2-0 it finished to the home team, to take them through 2-1 on aggregate.

And there will be two Moroccan sides in the draw on 24 May, because FUS Rabat put in a fine winning performance at home against Stade Malien - taking the game 4-0.