Usuthu put their enemies to troubling spells prior on in the method of a free-kick from Siphesihle Maduna and a depiction from a promising region by a similar person.
Mazembe, who lost twice to DStv Prevalence champions Mamelodi Twilights last season, begun to give some encouraging indications as the half advanced.
The five-time African bosses passed on Usuthu with a great deal to consider in the end trades of the principal half and saw the host requiring Mothwa to cover a fair danger to security.
AmaZulu started the subsequent half out and out, anxious to hit the front-foot however the meeting side from the West African locale immediately cut short and cleared the risk.
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Benni McCarthy's men kept on showing face across all spaces of the field inside the last pieces of the match all the more so with Luvuyo Memela and Thabo Qalinge on the field of play.
Mazembe gave anxious indications inside the last minutes, and were near hand Usuthu the lead from a free-kick anyway it wasn't utilized by the host.
Eventually, the match completed goalless in Durban despite the fact that Usuthu would've expected to have transformed a portion of that belonging into objectives in the second half in front of the following week's subsequent leg.
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