Abuja - Warri Wolves have advanced to the second qualifying round of the CAF Confederations Cup despite being held at home to a 1-1 draw by visiting Union Douala of Cameroon.
Wolves came into the game with a 3-2 advantage having secured an away win in the first-leg encounter played a week ago. But the Delta State-owned club were wasteful in front of goal and failed to convert several begging chances, with Oghenekaro Etebo the worst culprit, Kick Off Nigeria reports.
Musa Najare however gave the Seasiders the lead scoring with a well taken penalty in the 63rd minute of the game after Etebo was fouled inside the box by an opponent.
Read more at Kick Off Nigeria.
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