Mosimane drove the Red Devils to their ninth CAF Champions League title and their first since 2013 after their 2-1 win over Zamalek in the last.
The two monsters of Egyptian football went head to head in a memorable last on Friday at the Cairo International Stadium, with the Reds looking at their ninth title, while Zamalek were quick to win their first Champions League title since 2002.
Amr El-Sulya put the Reds in front with a header after just five minutes, before Shikabala evened out for the Whites following a sublime performance run.
With the score tied at 1-1, Mohamed Magdy Afsha found the rear of Abo Gabal's net with a tremendous long-range volley, to procure Al Ahly their ninth CAF Champions League title.
Pitso Mosimane discussed the weight he suffered during the game and how he pushed the group to win.
"You need to comprehend the circumstance you're in. I came to mentor a major group in a basic period and that is the reason I was unable to begin everything without any preparation however I needed to begin executing my thoughts gradually," Pitso revealed to Al Ahly TV.
"You additionally need to tune in to the individuals around you and attempt to see and tune in to everybody and regard their way of life and religion and cause them to acknowledge you. At that point you share with them your vision and your style of play.
"Everything must be done reasonably and you shouldn't simply sell individuals a thought or a fantasy. You must be exact and know their qualities and shortcomings to address them.
"The fundamental inquiry we posed to ourselves was the reason didn't the club win this prize in the previous seven years? Furthermore, after the initial 45 minutes the group didn't know whether we would dominate the match, which is a typical inclination considering the way that we haven't won it in seven years.
Obviously I was apprehensive however when you fly a plane and face a few difficulties you can't show the travelers how you're truly feeling since they rely upon you.
"I let Mohamed El-Shennawy converse with the players during half-time. His discourse was incredible and powerful, while I was holding up in another room since he comprehends their way of life and they'll comprehend what he's truism. My job is to discuss the specialized angles," he added.
Pitso Mosimane then examined the solid connection between his previous club and Al Ahly.
"I imagine that in any event half of the Mamelodi Sundowns fans presently uphold Al Ahly due to the solid connection between the two clubs," he proceeded.
"Football should be played with deference and a decent soul, and this makes a climate of comprehension between the two groups.
"Al Ahly fans went to the Mamelodi Sundowns Stadium and there were no issues and the equivalent can be said when the South African fans came to Egypt.
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