90 minutes of YANGA against Mamelodi Sundown’s today

90 minutes of YANGA against Mamelodi Sundown's today

Welcome to our website, In This Article, are you looking for The 90 minutes at their Benjamin Mkapa Stadium against Mamelodi Sundown’s today at 3:00 in the night have largely held the opportunity for Yanga to make history by reaching the semi-finals and even the final of the African Champions League. news highlights starting xi score also prediction goal / standings.

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CAF Champions League

The African Champions League, formerly known as the African Cup of Champions Clubs, is an annual football competition organized by the Confederation of African Football CAF and brings together the best clubs from across Africa. It is the most prestigious club competition in Africa.

A victory in today’s match will greatly ease Yanga’s task in the return leg to be played in South Africa next weekend, where they will only need a draw or any away win to advance to the semi-finals.

Yanga SC:

Yanga faces Mamelodi relying more on the sharpness of its attacking line, which has been a threat in the group stage, although concerns linger over the defense, which has shown weaknesses in the previous stage.

In the six matches of the group stage of the competition, Yanga has scored nine goals, averaging 1.5 goals per game, and failed to score in only two matches, while its defense has performed poorly by conceding six goals, averaging one goal per game.

Mamelodi Sundowns:

Mamelodi seems to have better statistics, especially in defense, having conceded only one goal in the group stage matches, but its attacking line has scored six goals, averaging one goal per game in each match played.

The impressive statistics that Mamelodi Sundowns have in international competitions when they are at home force the Yanga players to ensure they fight for victory today.

There have been 1082 days since the team has not lost any African Champions League match when playing at home in South Africa.

Since losing 2-0 at home to CR Belouizdad on April 9, 2021, Mamelodi has not lost another match in those competitions when playing in South Africa, with 12 wins and four draws in the following 16 matches.

The match will be officiated by all six referees from Egypt, with Amin Mohamed as the central referee assisted by Mahmoud Ahmed and Ahmed Hossam, while Mahmoud Ashor and Mahmoud Elbana will be in the video assistant referee technology room.

Referee Amin is well remembered in the country as he officiated the last group stage match of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) between the Tanzanian national team ‘Taifa Stars’ and the DR Congo national team, which ended in a goalless draw.

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For more information about Schedule & Results, Match day, news and press release go to CAF Online at

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