Mamelodi Sundowns are again on high of the African ladies’s recreation after defeating Morocco’s SC Casablanca 3-0 within the CAF Girls’s Champions League ultimate on Sunday.
A brace from high scorer Tholakele Refilwe and Boitumelo Rabale’s strike earned the South Africans victory in Cote d’Ivoire as they reclaimed the title they relinquished final 12 months.
Sundowns’ spectacular run in Cote d’Ivoire not solely sees them reclaim the title they misplaced to AS FAR final season, however they set a file of lifting the title with out conceding a single purpose en path to glory.
The historic win was achieved at a packed Amadou Gon Coulibaly Stadium in Korhogo on Sunday night, the place a brace by the match’s high goalscorer, Tholakele Refilwe accompanied by a Boitumelo Rabale strike noticed the South Africans topped champions with a 3-0 victory over Morocco’s SC Casablanca.
This was the second assembly for the 2 sides within the match after assembly within the group levels the place Sundowns emerged 1-0 victors.
With a transparent mission of reclaiming the title, Sundowns wasted no time in getting numbers ahead and have been rewarded within the 21st minute when Refilwe transformed a penalty within the 21st minute.
Minutes later, Rabale fired the South Africans to a two-goal lead earlier than the break from the sting of the field with a scientific end that discovered the underside nook.
Getting back from the recess, the Moroccans tried getting again into the competition however have been met by a resolute Sundowns protection that annoyed every of their assaults.
With momentum on their aspect, the South Africans put the cherry on high with Tholakele’s 78th-minute end to formally put the match past attain for the Moroccans and seal a second CAF Girls’s Champions League title for Sundowns, which is accompanied by a USD 400 000 winner’s prize cheque.