Guinean top-flight side Horoya beat Zimbabwean club Platinum 2-0 in their Caf Champions League Group B at Stade du 28 Septembre in Conakry on Tuesday.

As a result, Horoya have moved up to second place in the group B standings winning two draws one and a defeat of their four matches played.

Ocansey Mandela and Yakubu Hudu scored for the Guinean side who move two points clear of second-placed Orlando Pirates and a point behind defending champions Esperance de Tunis.

Horoya’s next CAF Champions League action is a trip to Rades to take on Esperance while Platinum travel to South Africa to face Orlando Pirates next month.

Elsewhere, South African side Mamelodi Sundowns played to a barren draw against ASEC Mimosas at Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny in a Caf Champions League Group A clash on Tuesday.

Both teams were unable to find any real rhythm on a bumpy pitch in Abidjan.

The result means, Sundowns having won two of their four group matches remain top of the table with seven points.

Sundowns next action will be against Nigerian side Lobi Stars, who stand bottom of the table in South Africa’s capital next month while ASEC host to Wydad on matchday five.

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