Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says the club must
find a way to win against Al-Ahli Benghazi in Saturday's CAF Champions League
First Round second leg tie in Pretoria.
Sundowns have been suffering with injuries this season with
Sibusiso Vilakazi likely to be out for the majority of 2018/19, whereas, Denis
Onyango and Themba Zwane are other notable absentees.
The Brazilians drew with the Libyan team in the first leg on
16 December and now require a victory to advance to the group stages of the
Speaking to reporters, he said: "We have the team. We
cannot be complaining of injuries, because football is a professional sport
"The back five, including Kennedy [Mweene], did well.
We did not show them any opportunity to score.
"We did not have some of our players, but we cannot
make any excuses for the result."
In addition, Mosimane expressed delight with the forward
partnership of Phakamani Mahlambi and Jeremy Brockie, concluding: "I am
happy with Phaka [Mahlamabi], which is good.
"He is coming up, and JB [Jeremy Brockie] is doing well
and he is helping him."
Saturday's action gets underway at the Loftus Versfeld
Stadium in Tshwane from 15:00.