Zanele Portia Nhlapho of Mamelodi Sundowns holds aloft trophy in the course of the 2021 TotalEnergies CAF Womens Champions League soccer Final among Hasaacas v Sundowns at 30 June Stadium, Cairo, Egypt on 19 November 2021 Â©BackpagePix.
SOUTH Africa president Cyril Ramaphosa and ex-Mamelodi Sundowns instruct Pitso Mosimane have congratulated Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies for triumphing the first-ever Women's African Champions League name in Cairo, Egypt.
Banyana Ba Style made records once they defeated Hasaacas Ladies of Ghana 2-zero on Friday night time to clinch the name. Goals from Chuene Morifi and Andisiwe Mgcoyi proved to be sufficient at hand Sundowns the name, making them the 5th group to have received the Champions League in each guys and girls's divisions.
"National congratulations to the girls of Mamelodi Sundowns on your triumph withinside the CAF Women's Champions League. You've executed your membership and u . s . proud. Well executed and revel in your celebration," stated Ramaphosa on Twitter.
Mosimane, who received the guys's Champions League with Sundowns in 2016 and has long gone directly to win the event two times with cutting-edge membership Al-Ahly, additionally despatched his message on Twitter to have a good time the group's success. Mosimane tweeted: "Yes!!! Again in Egypt. Congratulations to the girls.
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