Reigning league champions Caps United began their adventure in the CAF Champions League over the weekend in Lesotho against Lioli in Maseru.
The game resulted in a goalless draw, CAPS had a set back early in the game when Ngodzo and Nyampfukudza were ruled out of the match due to issue of their discrepancy in their registration documents.
CAPS United made a good start but had goalkeeper Edmore Sibanda to thank later in the half as he made two key saves to keep Lioli out.
However the Green Machine should have taken the lead in the second half when Amidu struck the word work twice in quick succession.
Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe says his troops are driven to perform well in the illustrious continental competition.
This will be the Green Machine’s fourth appearance in the Champions League after playing in 1997, 2005 and 2006. The return will be played at the National Sports Stadium with the winners setting up a date with former African champions TP Mazembe for a place in the mini-league.