Simba SC beat Horoya Athletic Club with a 7-0 win


SIMBA SC have gallantry marched into the quarterfinals of CAF Champions League after defeating Horoya Athletic Club, also known as Horoya Conakry from Conakry, Guinea 7-0.

Attacking midfielder Clatous Chama has sealed a hat-trick.It is through the game played on March 18, 2023 at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in Temeke Municipal Council in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Chama gave Simba the first goal in the 10th minute with a strong free kick outside the 18 after Jean Baleke was fouled.

And Baleke gave Simba SC the second goal in the 32nd minute after a strong shot by Kibu Denis was blocked by Horoya's goalkeeper before finding the scorer.

In addition, Chama gave Simba SC the third goal with a penalty kick in the 36th minute after Horoya defender Abdoulaye Camara cleared the ball inside the 18.

In the second half, Simba SC came back quickly where in the 53rd minute Midfielder Sadio Kanoute gave them the fourth goal receiving a love pass from Chama.

Baleke added the fifth goal in the 65th minute after Chama passed the ball to a Horoya player before finding the scorer who beat the goalkeeper.

Also, Chama gave them the sixth goal in the 70th minute and completed his hat trick after he dribbled the Horoya defender in the 18th and finished off a clean pass from Pape Sakho.

At the same time, Kanoute nailed the seventh hot shot with a strong shot outside the 18 in the 86th minute finishing a love pass from Shomari Kapombe.

As it stands in group C, Raja Casablanca leads the table with 13 points while Simba are second on the pile with 9 points, Horoya on third slot courtesy of 4 points while Vipers are at the base with 2 points.

With the outcome, Simba have pocketed 35m/- as a reward from President Samia Suluhu Hassan who buys each goal scored by the two envoys in CAF Interclub games for 5m/-.


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