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2022 CAF Women's CL: Sunday's Matchday 3 Results & Final Group Standings

By Emmanuel Oladele - Two Group B final Group Games were played on Sunday in the ongoing 2022 CAF Women's Champions League in Morocco. Both games were played simultaneously as they are final group games. In one of the games, Current Champions Mamelodi Sundowns thrashed TP Mazembe by 4-0, Zanele Nhlapho's spot kick and a goal each from Daweti, Melinda Kgadiete and Kekane condemned the DR Congo side to a scandalous loss.

In another game, Bayelsa Queens beat Egyptian side Wadi Delga by 3-0. Sunday opened scoring for the Nigerian side in the first half, as Mercy Itimi's double in the second half sent the Egyptian side packing from the competition without a point.

See details below;


• TP Mazembe 0-4 Mamelodi Sundowns Full-Time


• Zanele Nhlapho ⚽ (P) - Mamelodi Sundowns

• Daweti ⚽ - Mamelodi Sundowns

• Melinda Kgadiete ⚽ - Mamelodi Sundowns

• Kekane ⚽ - Mamelodi Sundowns

• Bayelsa Queens 3-0 Wadi Delga Full-Time


Sunday ⚽ - Bayelsa Queens

• Mercy Itimi ⚽ ⚽ - Bayelsa Queens

Mamelodi Sundowns and Bayelsa Queens finished their Group B campaign in first and second position respectively, and are through to the semifinal. Meanwhile, TP Mazembe and Wadi Degla have been eliminated. See the final Group B Standings


Also, see final Group A Standings below;

In Group A, ASFAR Club and Simba Queens SC are through to the semifinal.

ASFAR Club will now face Bayelsa Queens in the semifinal, while Mamelodi Sundowns will play Simba Queens SC. The semifinals will hold on Wednesday 9th November, 2022 at Stade Moulay Abdellah in Rabat.

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