FIFA referee from Togo, Komlanvi Aklassou has been appointed by CAF for the Champions League between between Ghana’s Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC and FC Noaudhibou from Mauritania.
The Kumasi-based Ghanaian giants will host the Mauritanian team in Accra for the second leg of the Champions League preliminary round encounter.
The 31 year old who officiated at the 2019 African Games in Morocco will be assisted by Limna Kabassima (Assistant I), Koffi Jonathan Ahonto Koffi (Assistant II) and Kouassi Attisso Atiogbe (Fourth Official).
Omer Kouame Dehoule from Cote D’Ivoire will be the Match Commissioner, with Ghana’s Christiana Baah serving as COVID-19 officer for the game.
This game will be played at the Accra sports stadium on Saturday, December 05, 2020 after last week’s 1-1 in Mauritania.