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CAF CONFEDERATION CUP: Dreams FC beat Stade Malien on aggregate to qualify to semifinals

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Dreams FC made history on Sunday in Kumasi by reaching the CAF Confederation Cup semifinals for the first time, knocking out Stade Malien.

The Dawu-based side has now become the first Ghanaian team to make it to the semifinals of the CAF Confederation Cup since Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko achieved the feat back in 2005.

With a solid 2-1 lead from the first leg, Dreams FC secured their spot in the last four, leaving their mark in the tournament’s history in their debut appearance.

They came from behind to end today’s game in a 1-1 draw to prevent Stade Malien from turning the tables, qualifying on a 3-2 aggregate.

Despite the setback of the disallowed goal by Derrick Agyei,  Dreams FC kept pushing and Sylvester Simba’s equalizer was crucial in securing their progress.

Even after conceding a goal to Yoro Diaby in the 59th minute, Dreams FC’s determination shone through, leading them to the next stage of the competition.

They will face either Zamalek or Future FC in the semifinals, setting the stage for another significant match.


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