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Etoile Sahel of Tunisia became the first club to qualify for the African Champions League semifinals as they seek the only continental trophy to elude them.
Even stone-throwing supporters of hosts Jeunesse Sportive Kabylie of Algeria, who delayed play for 10 minutes, could not prevent the "Red Devils" winning 2-0 which assured them of finishing first or second in Group A.
Etoile completed a double over twice champions Kabylie thanks to goals from Muri Ogunbiyi in first-half stoppage time and Amine Chermiti in the last minute of a match marred by the mid-second half delay.
The four Champions League games are highlighted in this week's African Soccer Television show on SABC Sport's Laduma programme on Sunday at 5.30pm.
A superbly struck free kick by defender Younis al-Shibani that swerved around a four-man wall and past the outstretched hand of goalkeeper Tarek al-Jarmouni set up Al-Ittihad for a 2-0 triumph over FAR Rabat in Tripoli.
The main highlights will show how Al Ahly surrendered an unbeaten seven-match run in the competition this year when losing 1-0 away to a far hungrier Esperance of Tunisia in a Group B match. - Sapa-AFP and Sello Rabothata