Picture : Hugo Miguel Marques broke a record !


Petro Atlético achieved a victory against their guest Star Coast with (2-0)
It is the 50th victory of the Angolan team with an own score in the continental cup and number 11 on its field with the same result
Against the defeat number 40 of the Tunisian team Champions League Cup in its version and number 11 with the same result
In Kenyan referee Peter WAWERU's match number 11 since the Champions League group stage
Honduran Jonathan RUBIO TORO started scoring in the 38th minute with his right foot scoring his first goal in ten continental matches
Angolan JULINHO then doubled the score in the 71st minute with a header into the right field goal
For Petro to beat the home and away star, and for the Tunisian Nile clubs to beat the Angolan team in the Champions League (two draws and two defeats)
And in its third nomination for the next round out of a total of six appearances in the Champions League group stage, Petro Atlético finishes the third group games at the top of the standings, a result achieved by the team after 23 years (first place in 2001 with the same total points, 12 points)
And the Angolan team destroyed the Tunisian number (one goal only in the 1999 version) which remained firm for 25 years and matched by ASEC Mimosas Ivory, Congolese TP Mazembe and Moroccan Wydad
They became the first team to finish six matches with a clean sheet since the adoption of the group system in the Champions League (1997)
Please note that this number was registered by the Moroccan Raja Club during the Confederation Cup competition for the 2021/2020 season
Without Hugo Miguel Marques, he is called the greatest Angolan player and the fourth goalkeeper to participate in the CAF Champions League groups since his debut, at the age of 38 years and 47 days
Hugo Miguel Marques surpassed the number of South African John TLALE after 23 years (5 matches with own net in the 2001 edition), which equaled 6 goalkeepers as he became the first goalkeeper in the history of the competition to keep its net clean in six group stage matches (540 minutes)