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Burkina-Ligue 1 J.17: AS Douanes leads, EFO in red zone

Despite their draw against AS Police, AS Douanes remains top of the league at 17 days of Ligue 1. The Gabelous of AS Douanes are closely followed by Colombes of Salitas FC who won their duel against Étoile Finale of Ouagadougou (EFO), 1-0. Racing Club de Bobo (RCK) defeated ASECK 4-2.

Real du Faso was able to get back on track with a logical win (1-0) over the USFA. Sixth defeat in the last seven games of the Étoile Finale de Ouagadougou (EFO), which lost 1-0 on the lawn of the Municipal Issoufou Joseph Conombo stadium against Salitas FC. The queen of stadiums finds itself in the red zone and is ranked 15th in standings. The Rail Club of Kadiogo, (RCK), had a successful operation thanks to its 1-0 victory at home against Majestic SC. It moved up to 3rd in the standings.




AS Police 1-1 AS Customs

ASFA Yennenga 0-0 AS Sonabel

Rahimo FC 1-1 ASFB

Royal FC 0-0 Speed ​​FC

USFA 0-1 Real du Faso

EFO 0-1 Salitas FC

RCK 1-0 Majestic SC


1st AS Customs 39 points +21

2nd Salitas FC32 pts +9

3rd RCK 30, pts +3

4th Speed ​​FC 28 pts +2

5th BCR 27, pts +9

6th Rahimo FC 26 pts +2

7th Majestic SC 25 pts +5

8th ASECK 24, pts -4

9th Royal FC 21 pts 1

10th AS Sonabel 21 points -3

11th USFA 20 pts+2

12th ASFB 18 pts. -7

13th ASFA Yennenga 16 pts -4

14th Real du Faso 16 pts -5

15th EFO 13 points -10

16th AS Police 5 Points -19

Morocco (J.14), Wydad seized the opportunity to meet the leader

After Raja’s victories against the leader,AS FAR(1-0) Saturday – Zakaria El habti scored the goal. Wydad Casablanca had an opportunity to go back to the miliaries. The Red and Whites didn’t miss one another. They dominated JS Salmi (1-0), thanks to Ayman El Hashouni’s 52nd place finish. They beat the promoted to score 28 points in fourteen days, the same as the leader AS FAR. However, the Rbatis still have a better goal differential.

Raja is the other team that has benefited from this day. The Greens, who have won four consecutive victories, are now at 26 points. They are tied with FUS but have a better goal difference.

The FUS of Rabat lost at home against Moghreb Tetouan in the other matches. Kamal (17′ & 72′) carried the White Dove, before Mehdi El Bassil reduced FUS’s mark (91′).

Olympique Club Khouribga and Ittihad Riyadi de Tanger (IRT), continue their poor run. Both teams lost to Olympique Club Safi (0-1) and Chabab Mohammedia (0-1). They have not won a match for 14 days. The RS Berkane has had two wins, but is now 8th and six lengths behind the 4e square.


Matchday 14 Results

Friday, January 20,

Mouloudia from Oujda 2-2 Touarga Union

Saturday, January 21

Raja Casablanca 1-0 AS FAR

RS Berkane 1-0 Difaâ Hassani of El Jadida

Moghreb of Fez 1-1 Hassania of Agadir

Sunday, 22 January

FUS Rabat 1-2 Moghreb Tetouan

Ittihad of Tangier 0-1 Chabab Mohammedia

JS Salmi 0-1 Wydad Casablanca


Togo-D1 J13: ASKO wins on wire, ASCK revives, Sara FC loses

ASKO-AS Togo Port: 1-0
This weekend saw the matches of the 13th day in the Togolese first-division football championship (D1) played. ASKO de Kara is still the leader after its win against AS Togo Port (1-0). After two defeats in a row, the ASCK revived at the municipal stadium of Sokodé against Semassi FC (1-0) while Dyto FC won 2-1 ahead of Gbohloe-Su.
AS Binah drew (1-1) against Unisport FC of Sokodé. After their victory against Gomido FC during the 12th day, Sara FC of Bafilo fell against Entente II of Lomé (1-0). Kakadl FC, Tambo FC, and AS OTR (3-3), each conceded a draw to Espoir FC de Zio (1-1), and AS OTR (3-3).

Results for the 13th Day

Kakadl FC 1-1 Hope FC
Dyto FC 2-1 Gbohloe-Su
ASKO 1-0 AS Togo Port
AS Binah 1-1 Unisport FC
Semassi FC 0-1 ASCK
Tambo FC 3-3 AS OTR
Gomido FC 1-0 Angels FC
Agreement II 1-0 Sara FC


1- Asko 31 +13
2- Asck 25 points +8
3-Dyto 23 pts +8
4- AS Binah 23 pts +7
5- AS Otr20 pts
6- AS Gbohloe Su (0-1 18 pts +3)
7- Unisport 18 points -1
8- Semassi (-1) 17 pts +2
9- Hope FC 16 points -1
10- Gomido FC 15 pts -1
11- AS Togo Port 14, pts 1
12- Kakadl 11 Points -5
13- Entente II 11 pts -6
14- Angels FC 10 points -6
15- Tambo 10 points -9
16- Sara FC 8 Points -8

Rwanda (J.16), AS Kigali consolidates its top spot

AS Kigali won easily against Marines (3-0 16th day) in its first match of the secondleg to consolidate its first place in Primus League. The goals of this Kigali Town Hall team were scored by Félix Kone Lottin (27th), Jacques Tuyisenge (85th) and Hussein Shaban (94th).

Gasogi United (0-0), held the check of Kiyovu Sport (second in the first section)

The Marines, Espoir clubs and Espoir clubs are at the bottom. They missed the beginning of the return phase. They are now six points clear of Rwamagana city, the first player not to be relegated.



Friday, January 20,

Gorilla 2-3 Police

Gasogi United 0-0 Kiyovu Sports

Saturday 21 January 23

AS Kigali 3 Marines

Hope 0-1 Rwamagana

Sunday, 22 January

Rutsiro Sparks from 0-1

Bugesera 1-1Sunrise

APR 1-0 Mukura

Tuesday, January 24

Sports Department – Musanze

Burundi (J.16), Bumamuru opens the return phase after a victory

Bumamuru, the champion of the first phase started the return phase with victory. The team from the west of Burundi won against Musongati in Gitega (1-2, 16th days). Shassir Nahimana scored from a free goal to score the winning goal. It was a great operation for the club that wants to win the championship. The battle will be tough since Vital’o and Flambeau du Center, the second and third place winners, respectively, won.

Three teams are currently at the bottom in the standings. Namely Tigre Noir, Athlético New Oil and Burundi Sport Dynamique who lost their first matches of the return phase.



Friday, January 20,

Kayanza United 1-0Junior Top

Inter Star 1-0 Black Tiger

Saturday, January 21

Rukinzo 3-3 Magara Young Boys

Buja City 1-3 Torch of The Center

Olympic Star 1-3 Vital’o

Sunday, 22 January

Burundi Dynamic Sport 1-3 Ngozi Massager

Musongati 1-2 Bumamuru

The original version of this article appeared on Sport News Africa.

Source: sportnewsafrica

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