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Pyramids mission performs Friday prayers at the residence hotel in Aba, Nigeria

The Pyramids Club team’s mission led Friday prayers at the Mission’s residence hotel in Aba, which is witnessing the team’s match against the Nigerian Animba in the African Confederation Cup. Pyramids will be guest of Nigerian Animba at 3 pm next Sunday at the Animba International Stadium in Aba in the context of the quarter-final second leg, after Winning to go to Cairo, four goals to one.


The mission performed the prayer in one of the halls of the residence hotel in the city where the match is held, provided that Pyramids will participate in its first training today at the match stadium.


The Pyramids mission arrived on Thursday, on a special plane provided by the club's management to save time and effort for the players and all members of the team, provided that it traveled directly from Port Harcot towards the city of Aba, where the match is being held.


The meeting is moderated by a Tunisian arbitration team led by Referee Sadiq Al-Salami as referee of the court, and assisted by Khalil Hassani, the first assistant, Ayman Ismail, the second assistant, and Haitham Qiraat, the fourth referee.


The match is being watched by Amir Osman Mohamed from Sudan, the referees are watching, Latrey Dawson from Togo, General Coordinator Alexander Asante from Ghana, Media Coordinator Ademula Adebkula from Nigeria, and Security Coordinator Julius Bain from Ghana.

Pyramids scored a landslide victory at the expense of its host Enyimba club, with four goals to one goal in the first-leg match at the Cairo Air Defense Stadium, which was held last Sunday.