Moroccan RAJA CASABLANCA hug the CAF Cup 2018

Morocco's Raja Casablanca won the Confederation Cup at the expense of Vita Club Congolese, despite losing 3-1 at home on Sunday.
Morocco's Abdellah El Hafizi put his team ahead in the 21st minute with a three-pointer by striker Jean Marc Makoso, Mokoko Patizadio and Fabrice Nguema in the minutes (45, 71 and 74) respectively. Which took place between them in the Congolese capitl Kinshasa.

In the first leg of their first leg match at the Mohamed V Stadium in Casablanca, the team won the title by beating Vita Club 4-3.
Raja Casablanca won his second title in the competition after the first of 2003 and has three titles in the Champions League in 1989, 1997 and 1999.
Vita Club, meanwhile, failed to win the title for the first time and was crowned once in the 1973 Champions League.


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