Libya's Al-Ahli Tripoli crushed Zimbabwean CAPS United F.C on Friday 4-2 at a Harare-based stadium in Zimbabwe as part of second group's third round matches at CAF Champions League.

Al-Ahli took control of the first half scoring three goals. The first was scored on a penalty by Sameh Al-Derbali at the minute 17, followed by Salem Abello's goal after three minutes and then at the minute 26 Mowaiad Al-Lafi scored the third goal.

The second half saw the fourth goal of Al-Ahli Tripoli at the minute 81 by Sameh Al-Derbali, who scored twice in the game.

The Zimbabwean team tried to lessen the impact of the score and succeeded at the minute 87, when Ronald scored the first goal from a penalty and then at the minute 90, CAPS United scored the second goal to end the match 2-4 for Al-Ahli Tripoli.

This win has made Al-Ahli Tripoli reach its fourth point in the group with 4 points registered in three matches, coming third in the group after Egypt's Zamalek and USM Alger successively.

Zamalek drew with USM Alger 1-1 in the second game of the group last night reaching 5 points and USM Alger reaching 4 points with more goals than Al-Ahli Tripoli. CAPS United remained at the bottom of the group.