Gallants, who entered the match high in certainty following their success in midweek against TS Galaxy, showed two changes in Tebogo Thangwane and Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo.
With a tight first-leg lead, Mazembe started on the back-foot five minutes gone as Matome Kgoetyane hauled a low shot from a promising region barely askew.
The Ravens began to declare authority and following eleven minutes saw a grating strike from a far distance by Zola Bossu sail crawls past the objective of veteran goalkeeper Washington Arubi.
Additional stressing minutes followed Bahlabane Ba Ntwa with Merceil Ngimbi and Adam Bossu lurking here and there, however the host figured out how to hold their gatekeeper inside the half-hour mark.
Bahlabane Ba Ntwa, who were basically on the back-foot the length of the main half, were first to make a replacement in Maboke Matlakala for Edgar Manaka.
The Ravens lived hazardously indeed two minutes following the second half as a ball to the back post tracked down Celimpilo Ngema, who snapped the conveyance askew.
Gallants' certainty started to develop towards the last times of the match, while Mazembe actually figured out how to see a ton of hostile raids through specifically Bossu.
Eventually, Mazembe did oversaw play adequately well to cling to their first-leg advantage for a spot in the gathering phases of the CAF Confederation Cup.
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