SPORTS DAY: African sides fear a trip to Loftus, says Pitso


SPORTS DAY: African sides fear a trip to Loftus, says Pitso

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Mosimane pleased African sides dread trips to SA

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says their rivals in the African Champions League dread trips to SA and are well aware that winning in Pretoria is a tough task. Sundowns qualified for the quarterfinals of the Champions League with two games to spare after a hard-fought 2-1 win over USM Alger of Algeria at Loftus on Saturday and Mosimane said teams on the continent have immense respect for the Brazilians. “They know that when they come to Pretoria is not easy‚” he said. “We control the game here and we always have a chance of winning here at home. I think in 2016 nobody really knew us‚ everybody said which team is this, but now they know us.” Mosimane was happy his charges ticked the important box of defeating a strong North African side after beating USM Alger at home and away...

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