Johannesburg, (SA): Mamelodi Sundowns’ Head Coach Rhulani Mokwena has left no doubt about his team’s intentions for the upcoming African Football League (AFL) final second leg against Wydad.
Casablanca. With a 2-1 deficit from the first leg, the South African champions are poised for a high-stakes showdown at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium, needing a victory to clinch the inaugural AFL crown.
Mokwena’s unwavering confidence in his team’s ability to emerge victorious through an aggressive game plan sets the stage for an electrifying clash.
“We will do everything we can to be champions at the end of the day,” he told reporters after the narrow first leg loss in Morocco.
“It is not over. We still have the second leg and will throw everything at Wydad.”
Bolstered by Abdelmonem Boutouil’s crucial away goal, Mokwena commended his players for their indomitable spirit in the hostile environment of Stade Mohammed V. With a 90,000-strong home crowd poised to lend their thunderous support, Sundowns are poised to mount a historic challenge for AFL glory.
Mokwena’s call for elevated performance levels underscores the gravity of the moment, as Sundowns stand on the brink of making AFL history. The coach’s words serve as a rallying cry, intensifying the pressure on Wydad Casablanca.
With an eye on a rapid start and fervent support, Sundowns are poised for a dramatic final push. Against all odds, the South African underdogs are plotting a heroic effort to stun Wydad and etch their names into AFL history.
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