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Breaking: Benni McCarthy and Amazulu Breaks The Record

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Have you ever thought that you would ever see AmaZulu playing in the CAF Champions League?

Well, they have done the unexpected as they advanced to the group stages of the CAF Champions League today after sharing the spoils with TP Mazembe.

AmaZulu was playing against TP Mazembe today and the game ended with a one-all draw.

The two teams met in two legs and in their first meeting which was here in South Africa the game ended with a goalless draw.

This means that AmaZulu were able to win the game as they managed to score an away goal.

This is a very big and major achievement for coach McCarthy and the team as a whole.

AmaZulu has taken to their social media accounts and mentioned how happy they are about what the boys did today.

On the other hand, AmaZulu will now pay their full focus and attention to the PSL as things are not looking very pretty for them.

As much as they are gaining their foot now, AmaZulu has had the worst start this season and they will be looking forward to changing that.

AmaZulu has seen the worst start to this season as the team is currently sitting on number 7 with 2 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss.

Coach McCarthy will be working forward to fixing the mistakes that the team have been making.

Congratulations to AmaZulu for qualifying for the group stages of the CAF Champions League.

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Mamelodi Sundowns on the other hand still have the task of playing against Maniema this Sunday as they are also still fighting for a spot in the CAF Champions League.

Sundowns played a two-all draw with Maniema away from home and they stand a very good chance of qualifying as they scored away goals.

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Source: https://twitter.com/AmaZuluFootball/status/1451926311686057990

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