Absa Premiership

Chiefs move ahead of Sundowns in African club rankings

2017-01-16 19:30
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Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs have moved ahead of Mamelodi Sundowns in the recent African club rankings, according to Footballdatabase.

The Brazilians have dropped in the rankings system with Pitso Mosimane's charges moving from 11th place to 14th.

Amakhosi surprising moved from 13th to 14th position ahead of Premiership and CAF Champions League holders.

Meanwhile, Bidvest Wits have broken into the top 20 while Egypt's Al Ahly remain biggest club on the continent. 

Top 20 clubs in Africa (according to Footballdatabase):

1. Al Ahly (Egypt)
2. Esperance de Tunis (Tunisia) 
3. TP Mazembe (Congo DR)
4. Vita Club (Congo DR)
5. Etoile du Sahel (Tunisia)
6. Al-Merreikh (Sudan)
7. Al Hilal Omdurman (Sudan)
8. El Zamalek (Egypt)
9. CS Sfaxien (Tunisia)
10. Wydad Casablanca (Morocco)
11. Coton Sport (Cameroon)
12. Dynamos (Zimbabwe)
13. Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa)
14. Mamelodi Sundowns FC (South Africa)
15. Recreativo do Libolo (Angola)
16. 1º de Agosto (Angola)
17. Stade Malien Bamako (Mali)
18. Raja Casablanca (Morocco)
19. Bidvest Wits (South Africa)
20. Djoliba AC (Mali)

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