TP Mazembe placed an incredible African side 8-0 side side on Saturday in Lubumbashi to record the biggest win in the history of the continental club's mainstream group time.
Kevin Mondeko, Jackson Muleka and Tresor Mputu had two goals together with strikes by Miche Mika and Meschak Elia enough to Les Corbeaux & # 39; To win the historic sport, a huge boost to a quest for a place in the hit.
Earlier 7-0 of Ivorian's winners, ASEC Mimosas, over CR Belouizdad of Algeria in 2001 were the biggest victory, until Mihayo Kazembe side gave eight past Titanist guests in the Group C competition to rewrite & # 39; r episode of famous winners.
With the group dropped to three teams after banning the Egyptian side of Ismaily following their sudden game with the African Club two weeks ago in Ismailia; Mazembe did not have any chance than to win to stay in the debate. And they did a great style.
The force opposed their opponents in all aspects of the game taking a 4-0 leader at the break. He did not long take the winners five times to break the game dead. Lanky Mondeko scored the 12-minute opener before the veteran Mputu, back to his old Mika square to double on 23 minutes.
Seven minutes past the mark half an hour, Rainford Kalaba was re-heeled to Muleka to try third homes before Mondeko completed his brace two minutes later.
The second half was not different and Muleka scored his second afternoon on 62 minutes to take the game beyond the Tunisians. At this point, African plotted to stop more goals but their efforts could not fail to register his name on the scoring cards at 76 minutes.
Elia scored the seventh at 81 minutes before Mputu put the icon on the cake with a blind strike two minutes later.
The victory gives three points of two games to Mazembe, three fun of Constantine's leaders of Algeria. Africain sits at the bottom.