Two-time CAF Champions League champions Enyimba fell 4-1 in Cairo to last season’s CAF Confederation Cup losing finalists Pyramids FC in the first leg of the competition’s quarterfinal.

No Nigerian side has ever won the CAF Confederation Cup and Enyimba went to Cairo seeking to change the narrative.

New Super Eagles star Anayo Iwuala did not make the matchday squad due to suspension, allowing both Victor Mbaoma and Tosin Omoyele to start upfront for the NPFL side.

Still, the People’s Elephants began in stunning fashion and were in front for only 53 seconds.

Mbaoma found himself at the right spot to steal the ball from the opposing keeper and slipped it into the net to hand his side a precious away goal.

But that was as good as it got for the visitors whose lead lasted just a quarter of an hour as Ramadan Sobhi equalised for the hosts inside the 30,000 seater 30 June Stadium.

Abdalla El Said then completed the comeback for Pyramids four minutes after the halftime break when he found space in the box to slam his effort past John Noble and made it two-one to the home side.

And the title challenge of Fatai Osho’s men was blown out within the space of ten second half minutes when Ibrahim Adel bagged a brilliant brace for the Egyptians.

Enyimba’s best efforts to reduce the deficit were all in vain as Pyramids made away with the convincing victory.

The Aba Elephants will need to win by three unreplied goals in the return leg in Nigeria to advance to the semifinals of the competition.

Enyimba crash to Pyramids in Egypt

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