After a largely uneventful first half, Ahed came under incessant pressure in the second. AFP / AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
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Ahmad Zreik's last-gasp goal saw Ahed preserve their unbeaten record for the season as the Lebanese champions escaped with a 1-1 draw away to Iraqi side Al-Zawra'a in the AFC Cup Tuesday.The first shot across Ahed's lines came three minutes into the second half, when Fiston Abdul Raazak sliced horribly wide after a tidy give-and-go had the Burundi winger well-placed to score.Only seconds later and the hosts had breached Ahed's back line again. Collecting just inside the opposition half, Hussein Ali embarked on a mazy run, traversing past a host of rudderless Ahed players and into the box before being clumsily upended by Mehdi Khalil.
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