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Zamalek manager Momen Soliman has vowed to do his best to beat Mamelodi Sundowns and win the White Knights’ sixth CAF Champions League title.
The Cairo giants are set to go head-to-head with South Africans Mamelodi Sundowns in a week for the first leg of the CAF Champions League final, and the Zamalek boss confirmed he’d been studying his opponents well.
“I followed the double header between Zamalek and Sundowns in the group stages and I know that they play modern football; but Zamalek are ready and we’ll make use of spaces.
“It is possible that the loss against Sundowns in the group stages may give a boost to their moral but this is not an option Zamalek because we are in the final, not just the group stages,” Soliman concluded.