Ghana Premier League side Asante Kotoko on Saturday held Kenya’s Kariobangi Sharks to a goalless drawn game at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani, Kenya.
It was the first leg of a Caf Confederation Cup qualifier.
The Sharks had walloped Djibouti’s Solar7 9-1 to reach this stage of the qualifiers.
The Porcupine Warriors, on the other hand, were kicking a ball for the first time in the competition after gaining a walkover following the Cameroonian FA’s failure to meet a deadline regarding their second club aside New Star FC.
The goalless draw in Kenya gives Kotoko the needed advantage ahead of the second leg, which is scheduled to be played on Saturday, December 22.
The winner will proceed to the play-offs with the Caf Champions League losers.