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Onyango puts Sundowns ahead of individual success
The 29-year old keeper has made it clear that he is more focused on winning the CAF Champions League than his Player of the Year nomination. Although admitting that he is honored to be nominated for such prestigious award, he is more adamant on helping his team get through the second leg of the Champions League final, after a 3-0 win in the first leg.
Onyango said,”Honestly, it is a great honour to be nominated by CAF, but to us it means nothing if we don’t win the CAF Champions League.”
“Our main target and goal is to win the Champions League, and we will look at the nominations afterwards,” the goalkeeper continued.
Sundowns are now leading 3-0 on aggregate after defeating Zamalek in the first leg in South Africa, with the second leg to be played on the 23rd of October in Egypt.