Pitso Mosimane reflects on Al Ahly's wastefulness

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Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane believes the second leg against Raja Casablanca will be tougher after a slender first-leg win on Saturday night. Read more ➡️

The Red Devils secured a 2-1 first-leg victory in their CAF Champions League quarter-final, but had countless opportunities to extend their advantage.

Mosimane admits the second leg will be tougher but he has full belief in his team despite missed chances in the first leg."There are few elements that I will discuss with my players. We had the opportunity to kill the tie tonight," Mosimane said, according to the club's official website. "The second leg will be a very difficult game for us. We will go there and win in Morocco. I trust my team and I believe in my team. We have to trust the team. We have to support the players. We need them. Trust this team."

"We are a good team. All we have to do is to go to Morocco and avoid conceding a goal then we need to score a goal." "We must defend our lead. We have two opportunities. If we did not score, we must keep a clean sheet."

 

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I would if PitsoMolemane1 will add this Win against Raja on his Book 📚 That wasn't a Penalty

He will try to defend the lead for 90 mms🤞🏿

he benefited he wont complain about the referee, so even with VAR the african referees still get it wrong what's wrong with us black people?

Because he benefited in Cairo, now same fate awaits him in Casablanca

1st Coach to benefit in the ages of CAF VAR

Yea plus VAR was a mess

The look says it all Pitso should have his own assistant

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