History is in the making. Mamelodi Sundowns have one hand on the cup as they head into the second leg of the CAF Champions League final. Should they park the bus or attack? The supporters give some advice.
Firstly, the support from fans of clubs all over the country has been loud and fantastic.
"Salute Sundowns FC for the history-making journey they're about to make, this is not for Sundowns and South African football only but is for Southern African pride that has been bruised for years by the so-called giants from Northern and Central Africa... Salute #Khosi4Life but football before my beloved team." – Blaccotton
Some supporters have urged Sundowns not to pump the breaks but rather to go tooth and nail against Zamalek as the game is not yet over and the Egyptians will surely come out the blocks firing.
"It's not easy, yes, but we all know what will happen. They will come guns blazing, they will try to come to us like bees but that will open them up at the back, and you know what happens when Tau, Laffor, Khama, Dolly attack, you can't stop them on the counter, that is where we can break them. Just one goal, only one goal, then we are done. KBY Masandawana." – ndleleni_89
"Sundowns must have a ruthless and unforgiving attitude. It's the final 90 minutes of the biggest club competition on the continent. Why not let the devil inside you loose? Why not produce something that has never been seen before?" – Linguini
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