There was heartbreak for Ghana's Aziz Ansah as his club, Heartland, missed out on winning this year's Caf Champions League.
The Nigerian side who finished the game with ten men fell short of the needed draw to lift the title after being edged out by DR Congo side, TP Mazembe, who won 1-0 on Saturday.
The home side clinched their third continental title on away goals after losing first leg 2-1 last week. Aziz Ansah had remained hopeful of silverware after missing out on winning the then Caf Cup Winners' Cup in 2002 and the Caf Confederation Cup in 2004, both with Asante Kotoko.
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