A goal in each half were all Renaissance Sportive de Berkane of Tunisia needed to oust Nigeria’s second flagbearers in the CAF Confederation Cup, Kwara United.
Aggregate scores stood at 3-3 but the Tunisians had the edge on account of a goal they scored in Lagos last Sunday in the first leg match that Kwara United won 3-1. even then, the Nigerian side fought from a goal down.
Thus as it happened to Plateau United earlier in the day in Tunisia, goal conceded at home had turned the albatroit of another Nigerian team.
The Moroccans set the pace and were a goal up after 16 minutes as Cheick Ouattara tapped in a pass from Issoufou Dayo.
The home side continued to pile up pressure but had to wait till the second half to get the clincher.