In the second leg of their CAF Champions League quarter-final encounter played at Moulay Abdallah Stadium in Rabat, Morocco’s Wydad Casablanca (WAC) has beaten Guinea’s Horoya Conakry (HAC) 5 to 0.

Midfielder Walid El Karti scored twice in the first half an hour of play before defenders Abdellatif Noussir, and Mohammed Nahiri added two stunning goals. Minutes before the end of the game, striker Zouhair El Moutaraji scored the fifth goal for the locals.

Horoya’s goalkeeeper, 34-year-old Khadim Ndiaye, who played all Senegal’s games last world cup, suffered a seemingly severe injury upon a collision with teammate Boubacar Samassekou and was transferred to a hospital in Rabat.

After the impressive victory over Horoya Conakry, Wydad Casablanca will play South African Mamelodi Sundowns in the CAF Champions League semi-finals.

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