Wolves Down Dedebit 2-0 in Warri

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Warri Wolves defeated Ethiopia’s Dedebit FC 2-0 in a Caf Confederation Cup round of 32 first leg tie at the Warri City Stadium on Saturday.

Nigeria Under-23 striker Oghenekaro Etebo opened scoring for the Glo Premier League side within eight minutes of kickoff.

Dedebit’s resilience stretched the match further into the closing stages before the Seasiders eventually doubled their lead.

Super Eagles striker Gbolahan Salami tucked in from the penalty spot ten minutes from time.

The returning leg comes up in Addis Ababa in the weekend of April 3, 4, 5.

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