Striker John Antwi scored for FC Pyramids in their 2-1 win over fellow Egyptian side Al Masry on Sunday in the CAF Confederation Cup.
Having recorded two wins in their opening two games in the continent’s second club football, FC Pyramid made a short trip Al Masry with the aim of finish atop of Group A standings.
Both teams however played a tight game to end the first half with a goalless score line.
But the Sea Blue lads were handed a perfect opportunity to achieve their target after Antwi’s clinical finish in the 54th minute.
The Al Masry Club Stadium was thrown into a frenzy mood when Saidou Simpore sent his low penalty kick beyond the reach of goalkeeper xxx in the 72nd minute.
With the match heading for a stalemate, Mohammed Al-Gabbas who came to replace Antwi in the 81st minute, struck the dagger in the chest of Al Masry fans with a deft goal in the 83rd minute.
The win ensured FC Pyramids jump to the summit of the log with 9 points after 3 round of matches.