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Three-time defending Lebanese champions Ahed took a massive stride toward the second-round of the AFC Cup Monday after eking out a precious 1-0 win away to 10-man Al-Qadsia. Syrian defender Ahmad al-Sahleh's 39th minute winner moved Ahed onto 11 points at the top of Group C, three points clear of second-place Malkiya who were held by Al-Suwaiq earlier.Ahed, who have kept a remarkable 20 clean sheets between the domestic league and the AFC Cup, managed the game masterfully in the second half.
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