Egypt's Zamalek grabbed a 2-1 away win over Tunisia's Esperance in Group B of the Champions League on Sunday.
Esperance's Frank Olivier Ongfiang put his side ahead early in the second half with a strike from outside the area.
Hazem Imam's header equalised for Zamalek, his first touch after coming on as a substitute,Awule Quaye then broke clear five minutes later to score the winner.
He ran for more than 30m before beating goalkeeper Jean-Jacques Tizie.
The goal gave Zamalek their first win of the tournament after three successive draws.
The result puts the Egyptian side joint top of Group B with Tunisia's Etoile Sahel, both teams have six points from their four games.
In the final table head-to-head records will be used to seperate two teams that have the same points.
The top two teams in each group qualify for the semi-finals, to be played over two legs in September and October.