Once again, the Libyan Al-Ahli Tripoli thrashed Zimbabwean CAPS United F.C 4-2 in the second leg match in Sfax, Tunisia as part of the fourth round of group 2 at CAF Champions League.
Al-Ahli Tripoli won 4-2 agaisnt Zimbabwean CAPS United F.C in the first leg match.
Al-Ahli scored first the minute 16 by Saleh Al-Taher and Caps United tied the score at the minute 19 then advanced with a second goal at the minute 42 to end the first half 2-1 for the Zimbabwean team.
Al-Ahli Tripoli put out an all-out performance in the second half, scoring three goals and securing the win.
Saleh Al-Taher scored Al-Ahli's second goal at the minute 46, Mohammed Al-Ghanudi scored at the minute 55 and the fourth goal was scored by Mouayad Al-Lafi at the minute 63 to end the game 4-2 for Al-Ahli Tripoli.
Al-Ahli Tripoli now has 7 points and is haring the top position of the group with USM Alger, which beat Egypt's Zamalek 2-0.
Zamalek comes third in the second group with 5 points and Caps United fourth with 3 points.