Dolisie - Warri Wolves were beaten 3-0 by host AC Leopards in the CAF Confederation Cup first leg play-off round at the Stade Denis Sassou Nguesso, Dolisie.
Goals from Mahamane Cissé, Bokuoa and Prestone Lakolo were all the Congolese needed to bring the Nigerians down to their feet in the Dolisie.
AC Leopards took a goal lead into the break as Cisse’s 8th minute strike put them ahead.
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On return from the break, Paul Aigbogun side intensified pressure on their opponent but instead suffered another blow when their host extended the lead via Bokuoa’s effort, before Lakolo sealed the victory.
The result has now left Wolves with a tough task in the return leg, as they need four unreplied goals to qualify for the group stage ahead of Leopards.
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