24 December 2012

Morocco: Wydad Casablanca Top Moroccan Premier League Standings

Wydad Casablanca lead the Moroccan football premier league with 26 points after beating OC Safi 4-1 in round 13 on Saturday (December 22nd).

Fabrice Ondama scored Wydad's first goal in the 10th minute, while Mohcen Laafafra scored the equaliser for the guests in the 16th minute.

After that, Wydad dominated the match and scored three more goals through Hicham Elamrani in the 49th minute, Yassine Lakhal in the 67th minute, and Younes Menkary at the end of match.

In another match, RSB Berkane lost 2-1 to their guests Wydad Fès on Sunday. Adnan Elouardi scored twice for Wydad Fès in the 20th and 69th minutes, while Mustapha Donde scored the hosts' only goal in the 75th minute.

Difaa El Jadida beat their guests KAC Kénitra 2-0 on Sunday. Jalal Daoudi scored the first goal in the 30th minute and his teammate Ahmed Chakou added the second in the 35th minute.

Meanwhile, Moghreb Fès drew 1-1 against guests HUSA Agadir on Saturday. HUSA striker Ahmed El Fatihi scored first in the 30th minute while Jamal Laabidi scored an own goal in the 39th minute.

In other matches, FUS Rabat beat their guests Raja de Béni Mellal (RBM) 1-0 while Olympique Khouribga drew 0-0 against Moghreb Tétouan. Meanwhile, CODM Meknes will take on their guests FAR Rabat on December 24th and Chabab Rif Al-Hoceima will play against Raja Casablanca on December 25th.

Day 6 of Mauritanian football league

ASC Ksar maintained their lead in Mauritanian football standings after a 3-1 win over Zem Zem on Friday (December 21st) at Stade Olympique.

After being subdued during the first half, Ksar woke up during the second half and scored three times. Zem Zem clawed one back during the dying minutes.

With this win, ACS Ksar consolidated their position as leaders with 16 points. Zem Zem are languishing on just five points.

Police and ASC Garde drew 1-1 in a lacklustre encounter. Fans are used to seeing both teams play very physical matches, and this one was no exception as a fistful of yellow cards were shown by the referee. With the draw, ASC Garde have seven points.

In Rosso, FC Trarza beat reigning champions FC T. Zeina 1-0. This win puts the team from Rosso on 8 points and keeps them in touch with the leaders. T. Zeina, who have just 5 points, are continuing to worry their supporters.

ASAC Concorde, who were playing away in Nouadhibou, extended their run of good form by trouncing Imraguens 3-0 thanks in particular to youngster Geuye Youssef, who scored a goal and made two key passes. ASAC Concorde moved into second place in the standings with 13 points. Imraguens remain with nine points.

In Kiffa, Assaba were held to a 1-1 draw by ASC Armée. The two teams now have seven and five points respectively.

In Zouerate, in the game between the two teams at the bottom of the table, ASC Tidjikja and ASC Kedia drew 0-0. This result kept both teams in their original positions, with five and two points respectively.

Finally, in Saturday's northern derby, FC Nouadhibou got back up to speed by beating CF Cansado 3-1. The win catapulted the Oranges up the table, where they now have 11 points. Meanwhile, the Miners are stuck with 10 points.

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