Abdelilah Hadifi’s second-half effort put the hosts to the sword to put one leg in the competition’s final.
Dismayed by the performance of Usman Abdullah’s men who also lost a penalty, football fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
Losing at home almost means that Enyimba will be in Casablanca just for formality.— Latifat Adebayo Ohio (@Phatill) October 3, 2018
People who were privileged enough to watch Enyimba around 2001- 2007 will tell you this is not Enyimba, it something else. #CAFCC— African Soccer Updates (@Africansoccerup) October 3, 2018
Oh! Enyimba lost at home. When are we going to end the North Africans dominance over us?— Adepoju Tobi Samuel (@OgaNlaMedia) October 3, 2018
What if the Enyimba Management knowing they wouldn’t go past Raja, put all their eggs in one Aiteo basket?— Enyimba Blog (@EnyimbaEnyi) October 3, 2018
It will be unfair to think Enyimba could defeat Raja over two legs. And it was presumptuous of their fans to think they will go through. It is NOT Enyimba’s fault; they are victims of the system. #EFCRCA #CAFCC— Youngichu (@youngichu) October 3, 2018
You're 1nil down against a North African side.— MikeThePundit (@MikeThePundit) October 3, 2018
Penalty, and you spoon it over.
That's your #CAFCC exit.. Geez Enyimba
This is not the Enyimba I know.— Samuel (@Orgasamic) October 3, 2018
Enyimba can still qualify. Yes it is possible— Emeka Nwani (@mekus102) October 3, 2018
Enyimba losing at home...whats this? #CAFCC— Imoh Umoren (@ImohUmoren) October 3, 2018
I have never seen a one sided game as this. Enyimba is thoroughly poor, players quality is poor,no fight or fire to cover up their deficiencies, organisation of the players on the pitch is pathetic,coach completely lost. This is d biggest club in this country &playing like this ?— kayode @suberu (@kayodesuberu) October 3, 2018
Enyimba players are fatigued. From the first minute they have been tired.— Samuel (@Orgasamic) October 3, 2018