Moroccan dominance of the Caf Confederation Cup continued in Uyo, Nigeria, on Friday as Renaissance Berkane beat South Africans Orlando Pirates 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw following extra time. Catch the highlights here.
Youssef el Fahli scored his sixth goal of the second-tier African competition for Berkane seven minutes into extra time from a penalty awarded after the referee reviewed a foul on a VAR monitor.
Pirates levelled on 117 minutes when a tame shot from Thembinkosi Lorch evaded everyone in a crowded goalmouth to draw the clubs level.
Berkane scored from all five penalties in the shootout with the decisive fifth converted by substitute Brahim el Bahraoui.
Moroccan clubs have won a record seven of the 19 editions, including four of the last five with Raja Casablanca and Berkane claiming two titles each.
Pirates squandered several chances to become the first South African winners of the Confederation Cup in regular time with Deon Hotto the chief culprit.