The match was played again at the Hassan Mustafa Halls Pavilion, and at half-time Petro already had 53 points, against the opponent's 26.
Taking into account the comfort of the advantage, José Neto ended up 'giving minutes' to some of the less used athletes or who had not yet had the opportunity to debut in the competition. Aboubakar Gakou – the team's top scorer – stood out with 17 points, Yanick Moreira (14 points), Jerson Lukeny (12 points) and Jone Pedro (10 points).
Despite the weaker performances of captain Carlos Morais, Olímpio Cipriano and Childe Dundão, the group managed to assert itself and not be dependent on individualities, says Angop's special envoy to the competition.
This Wednesday the competition dictates clashes between Cobra Sport Club and Espoir Fukash (DRC), and the Forces Armées Police (Cameroon) will face the Cap Town Tigers (South Africa).
Petro enters the field again on Thursday to face Zamalek (Egypt).