Letsie Koapeng of Marumo Gallants commends objective with colleagues during the DStv Premiership 2021/22 match between Marumo Gallants and Royal AM at Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane, on 19 October 2021 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix
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Cape Town - PSL strugglers Marumo Gallants caused the greatest surprise of the CAF Confederation Cup season yet in the wake of wiping out DR Congo goliaths AS Vita from the mainland contest.
Gallants held previous CAF Champions League victors AS Vita to a 1-all attract a second-round fundamental second leg conflict on Friday evening at the Stade des Martyrs de la Pentecôte in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The South African guests scored the evening out objective two minutes into added time.
The 1-all draw combined with Gallants' 2-1 first-leg win last week at the Peter Mokaba Stadium made for an unexpected 3-2 total. The 2021 Nedbank Cup champs Gallants have now advanced two adjusts subsequent to disposing of Equatorial Guinea's Futuro Kings FC in the initial fundamental round.
On Friday evening, the scene was set for AS Vita to win after safeguard Jacques Mangoba gave the hosts a 1-0 in the 22nd moment. On the off chance that this scoreline had endure, it would have been sufficient for AS Vita to dispense with Gallants as a result of their away objective in Polokwane last week.
Exactly when it appeared to be Mangoba's objective would be the decider, Gallants midfielder Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo followed into the terminating line and scored the equalizer in added injury time.
The draw for the following round of the CAF Federation Cup will be directed on Tuesday in Cairo.
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