Mamelodi Sundowns, winners of the first leg of the CAF Champions League final, dominate the Team of the Week after their 3-0 thrashing of Zamalek.
The 3-0 thumping handed to Zamalek by Mamelodi Sundowns wasn't so much a surprise, considering their record on the road.
The crazy year that Keagan Dolly has had took another turn for the better on Saturday.
Lifting the CAF Champions League in Egypt on Sunday should prove that Mamelodi Sundowns are the undisputed kings of Africa for 2016.
The one hand is firmly on the CAF Champions League trophy after Mamelodi Sundowns hammered Zamalek at Lucas Moripe Stadium.
Khama Billiat, who is used to disappointment, believes this is Sundowns’ chance to rule the continent after a long wait.
The conductor of the Zamalek orchestra, Shikabala is like any genius - gifted with great talent and intelligence but also his own worst enemy.
“I think playing home and away is all about the mentality because we played Zamalek away first and won”.
Mamelodi Sundowns reached the final of the CAF Champions League in dramatic fashion. Njabulo Ngidi looks at that bumpy road to the final.
Sundowns will have to do something that has never been achieved when they face Zamalek in the final, writes Matshelane Mamabolo and Njabulo Ngidi.
Pitso Mosimane is within touching distance of the Champions League title, and he’s ready to bring the trophy to Downs, writes Njabulo Ngidi.
“People tend to forget me. It’s like I am invisible. I think maybe it’s because I am not always in the papers and the news.”
Fabian McCarthy would love the opportunity to address the Sundowns players ahead of their Caf Champions League final, says Matshelane Mamabolo.
Mamelodi Sundowns reached the final of the CAF Champions League in dramatic fashion. Njabulo Ngidi looks at the bumpy road to the final.
Zamalek players swaggered into OR Tambo International airport where they were greeted with a low-key reception.