For the second time in three years, Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies have emerged as winners of the CAF Women’s Champions League.
The South African side defeated debutant, Sporting Club Casablanca (Morocco) 3-0 in the final match at Stade Amadou Gon Coulibaly, Khorogo, Ivory Coast on Sunday.
A brace from Refilwe Tholakale and the other by Boitumelo Rabale sealed the win for the Brazilians.
In the one-sided final, Sundowns exhibited their Brazilian “Jogo bonito” style of play to the awe of fans.
The team completed their second title in the three-year-old tournament after winning the maiden edition in 2021 and losing the second edition to AS FAR FC (Morocco) in 2022.
Obviously, Jerry Tshabalala’s side scooped all individual awards on offer.
The team won the Fair Player award as Boitumelo Rabale smiled home with the player of the final match prize.
Goalkeeper, Andile Dlamini emerged as goalkeeper of the tournament.
Tholakale won the top goal scorer award while Rabale completed the honours with the best player of the tournament.
A dominant tournament saw the team win all their five games without conceding any goal.
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