Enyimba arrives in Morocco after the plane crisis to face Wydad in the African League.. video

A delegation from the Nigerian Enyimba team arrived in Casablanca on Wednesday in preparation for a confrontation Moroccan Wydad In the second leg of the quarter-finals of the African Super League, the African League.

Enyimba Club published, through its official account on the social networking site “Facebook”, a video of the moment the team’s delegation arrived in Casablanca again to face Wydad of Morocco.

The African Confederation announced that the match between Wydad and Enyimba was postponed for 24 hours, to be held at nine tomorrow, Thursday, instead of today, Wednesday, after Enyimba was unable to travel to Morocco due to not obtaining a permit to land the plane at Mohammed V Airport in Casablanca.

The Moroccan Football Federation revealed details of the denial of entry to the Nigerian Enyimba plane landing in Morocco due to landing permits from Morocco.

Nigeria’s Enyimba will host its Moroccan counterpart, Wydad, at nine o’clock tomorrow evening, Thursday, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the African Super League.

The Moroccan Wydad Sports Team achieved a decisive victory over its Nigerian host, Enyimba, with a 1-0 goal in the match that brought them together on Sunday evening at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in the last first leg of the quarter-finals of the African Super League.

Wydad captain Yahya Gibran scored the only goal for the visitors in the 39th minute from a penalty kick from the first half and the match.

Wydad returned with a positive result and a valuable victory that brings it a step closer to qualifying for the semi-finals of the African Super League, facilitating the task of deciding qualification in Casablanca.

Gibran and the Wydad players celebrated in solidarity with Palestine after the captain’s first goal against Enyimba of Nigeria.

The winner of this confrontation will receive the winner from the match between Esperance of Tunisia and Mazembe of Congo in the semi-finals of the tournament.

The semi-final matches of the African Football League will be held between October 29 and November 1, while the final matches that will determine the winner of the competition will be held on November 5 and 11, 2023.

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