CAF Champions League
Halftime: AS Maniema Union 2-2 Mamelodi Sundowns
Date: 17 October 2021
Scene: Stade des Martyrs
Nonetheless, the Tshwane monsters had five players managed out of the match, with Lebogang Maboe, Grant Kekana, Divine Lunga, Rushine De Reuck and Mothobi Mvala not accessible for determination.
The Brazilians were hoping to have a decent begin to arrive at the gathering stages in the wake of garnish their gathering last term while Maniema qualified interestingly.
Themba Zwane gave the Brazilians an early lead in the 10th moment with his third objective of the period across all rivalries.
In any case, the ruling DStv Premiership victors couldn't clutch the lead going into the half-time break, as Maniema discovered the equalizer not long before the stretch.
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The guests changed their methodology in the second refrain as halfway through, they rolled out a twofold improvement by pulling out strikers Thabiso Kutumela and Pavol Safranko for Sibusiso Vilakazi and Sphelele Mkhulise.
The strategic switch apparently paid off for Sundowns, as Zwane reestablished their lead as of now to finish his support.
Notwithstanding, the Brazilians capitulated to one more late objective as Maniema grabbed the equalizer as of now despite the fact that Sundowns do have two away objectives to take into the second leg one week from now.
Here's the means by which they start:
Nightfalls: D.Onyango, Mudau, Lakay, B.Onyango, Lebusa, Jali, Coetzee, Zwane, Kutumela, Safranko, Shalulile.
Subs: Pieterse, Maluleka, Modiba, Morena, Mkhulise, Sirino, Domingo, Erasmus, Vilakazi.
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