Downs experienced a 2-1 first-leg rout in the quarter-finals of the CAF Champions League with triumph required in the return leg to progress to the following round.
"I believe it's a decent outcome for Sundowns as they probably are aware they are fit for toppling the 2-1 deficiency," Mahoota tells KickOff.
"However, it will be troublesome, I think this is the point at which they need to show how great they are.
"I think they are fit for pivoting the tie and I believe that is the thing they ought to be hoping to do.
"However, the simple reality that this Angolan side is in the quarterfinals and progressed from the gathering stages implies they are a decent group and Sundowns shouldn't underrate them.
"However, I think Sundowns have it in them to return and win this tie.
"I think now and again it's a piece troublesome when you are Sundowns since they had a great deal of simple games.
"In some cases they might actually figure they don't have to essentially play at their best to win.
"I imagine that in the last four, five matches Sundowns haven't really been at their best yet at the same time won.
"So I think the end of the week game just gave them an important reminder."
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