Al Ahly rebounded from Saturday’s somewhat shock 1-0 defeat to Mamelodi Sundowns by claiming a 4-1 win over Pharco in the league on Tuesday night.
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Mosimane’s powerful team will soon face a rematch against Sundowns, though, with that return fixture set down for 11 March in Pretoria.
Speaking after the big win over Pharco, Mosimane has now revealed where things went awry against Sundowns in the first game, and what changes they could look to make next time around.
“The last match in the league against Misr Lel Mekassa we played the same system and we scored four goals and today we played the [same] system and scored four goals,” he said after the win over Pharco.
“Yes the last match against Sundowns we played a little bit different, you have to have your midfield right against Sundowns because they make small passes inside.
“Our problem against Sundowns was a goal, only the goal. Alhamdulillah, tonight we got the goals and I’m happy for our players to give our supporters hope, to keep them going, to give them hope that we show – that we’re hurt and angry about the last match.”
Al Ahly will face Al-Merrikh and Pyramids next before travelling to South Africa to face Sundowns in the second round of their Group A Champions League schedule.
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