Simba SC 6-0 Jwaneng Galaxy: Tanzanian Giants Secure Quarterfinal Spot

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania – Simba SC has booked their place in the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League after a resounding 6-0 victory over Jwaneng Galaxy at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium on Saturday.

The Tanzanian giants were in complete control from start to finish, and they put their dominance on the scoreboard with goals from Saido Ntibazonkiza, Pa Omar Jobe, Kibu Denis, Clatous Chama, Chasambi, and Fabrice Ngoma.

The win sees Simba finish second in Group B with 9 points, behind ASEC Mimosas who finished top with 12 points. Wydad Casablanca, who were tied with Simba on points, were eliminated on the head-to-head rule.

This is the first time that two teams from Tanzania have reached the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League, and it is a testament to the growing strength of Tanzanian football.

Simba’s dominance

Simba were never really troubled by Jwaneng Galaxy, and they created chances at will throughout the match.

Ntibazonkiza opened the scoring in the 7th minute with a well-taken header, and Jobe doubled the lead seven minutes later with a neat finish.

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Kibu Denis made it 3-0 in the 22nd minute with a powerful shot from outside the box, and Chama put the game to bed with a fourth goal in the 76th minute.

A historic achievement

Simba’s qualification for the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League is a historic achievement for the club and for Tanzanian football.

Simba will now face one of the group winners in the quarterfinals, and they will be confident of their chances of causing an upset.

The team has been in good form in recent months, and they have the quality to beat any team on their day.

The future looks bright for Simba SC

Simba’s qualification for the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League is a sign of the bright future that lies ahead for the club.

The team has a young and talented squad, and they are only going to get better with time.

With the right investment and support, Simba can become a major force in African football in the years to come.

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