Medeama Sporting Club recorded their first win against Algerian side, CR Belouizdad in the CAF Champions League on Friday afternoon.

The Yellow and Mauve came from a goal down to claim a staggering 2-1 triumph at the Baba Yara Stadium.

A stoppage-time goal from versatile defender Kamaradini Mamudu sealed the win for Medeama.

Medeama had the first threat on goal very early in the match when defender Kamaradini Mamudu’s header from a corner-kick struck the framework.

The Algerian side however got the breakthrough after Ishak Talal Boussouf was fouled inside the box.

Midfielder Abdelraouf Benguit stepped to convert the penalty kick to give Belouizdad the advantage in the 39th minute.

Medeama got a quick response on the stroke of half-time after a free-kick from Kamaradini Mamudu took a deflection of Daniel Lomotey to beat goalkeeper Alexis Guendouz.

The Ghana Premier League champions came close to getting getting the lead in the 85th minute, but Derrick Fordjour’s effort from close range was brilliantly saved Alexis Guendouz.

Medeama finally got the match-winner as Kamaradini Mamudu headed home cross from Kwadwo Amoako.

The Yellow and Mauves will welcome Tanzanian champions Young Africans SC to the Baba Yara Stadium next Friday in their next group game.