Mamelodi Sundowns vs Al Ahly: How to LIVE STREAM for FREE!

Mamelodi Sundowns vs Al Ahly: How to LIVE STREAM for FREE!

The African continent will come to a standstill this afternoon when Mamelodi Sundowns host Al Ahly in a crucial CAF Champions League Group Stage clash.

With renovations ongoing at the Loftus Versfeld stadium, today’s blockbuster clash between two of the hottest sides on the continent, will take place at the iconic FNB stadium!

Pitso Mosimane’s Al Ahly will be desperate for revenge following their loss against Mamelodi Sundowns in their own backyard two weeks ago.

A victory for the Brazilians however will all but confirm their place in the last 8 of the tournament while the Egyptian giants will be left scrambling for points in their final two matches.

Mamelodi Sundowns vs Al Ahly: How to LIVE STREAM

Today’s CAF Champions League clash will be televised live on SuperSport 208 as well as SABC3.

You can live stream the action for FREE on SABCSport’s TELKOMONE channel by simply creating a free account on TELKOMONE.

This website will be providing you with live coverage from today’s clash between Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly 30 minutes ahead of kickoff.

The game is bigger than the four of us – Pitso Mosimane

“At our level, with our experience, it is not about outsmarting Mamelodi Sundowns’ coaches. The game is way bigger than the four of us.” – Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane said.

“It is a game for Al Ahly, and it is a game for Sundowns; it has nothing to do with us as coaches. We are just directing the teams on the game, supporting the players.

“For me, where I am in my career, there is nothing for me to be competing or trying to outsmart Manqoba, Rulani or Steve. I have respect for them and Mamelodi Sundowns. I am not in that space of outsmarting to feel better about myself.

“You have to imagine what is Al Ahly, it’s the biggest club in the continent. And I am not talking about when it was established, in terms of history. I am talking about also the titles and support base.

“Name me one team in the continent that has 70 million people looking at you every day, every match.”

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