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First, sun sets on ’Downs; second, Devils could be in for a hiding

Mamelodi Sundowns lost to Al Ahly in Cairo on Saturday, but coach Mngqithi says they’re in it to win it in Pretoria

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Mamelodi Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi believes his charges still have a chance to bounce back against Egyptian giants Al Ahly after they lost the first leg of their Caf Champions League quarterfinal 2-0 at the Al Salam Stadium in Egypt on Saturday.

The Brazilians dominated the match with possession and chances‚ but failed to score in either half.

Goals by Mohamed Taher (24th minute) and Salah Mohsen (89th minute) saw Mngqithi’s team losing by the same scoreline against Ahly as they did at this stage of the competition last year.  ..

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