CS Constantine snatched a 1-1 draw with Ismaily in Saturday’s CAF Champions League clash after a 94th-minute own goal from Emad Hamdi.
The match in Egypt was the first for Ismaily since they were reinstated into the competition by CAF, having been initially disqualified following crowd trouble during the meeting with Club Africain last month.
Benson Shilongo opened the scoring in the 69th minute for the home side, who looked set to be heading for their first victory of this season’s group stage.
However, Hamdi turned a cross into his own net deep into added time at Borg El Arab Stadium to leave Ismaily players disconsolate on the pitch.
The result leaves them bottom of Group C with one point from three games, with Constantine second with seven.
— CAF (@CAF_Online) February 23, 2019
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