CAF by it's corona virus regulations has declared Al Hillal winners of the tie with two goals.
CAF has officially declared Sudanese side Al Hillal winners of their tie against Ghanaian based players Kumase Asante Kotoko in the CAF champions league preliminary stage.
Al Hillal now progresses to the group stages of the competition and Kotoko now drops to the CAF confederations cup. The corona virus regulation of CAF states that, if a club is not able to field eleven players and four as substitutes for a game, they automatically lose by 2:0 to nil.
The above was the case for Kumase Asante Kotoko. Seven players tested positive and one players results wasn't known. Therefore 8 out of 22 remains 14 which is less than the specified number as enshrined in the corona virus regulations.
Kotoko will likely protest as they have a peculiar case as one of their players test results didn't appear. Well we wait to see want comes out of it.
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