Sun Downs is preparing to face Al-Ahly, in the first leg of the African Champions League quarter-finals, after the red team draws against the South African champion, and the Al-Ahly match against the Sun Downs will be held on Saturday, May 15, in the first leg of the African Champions League quarter-finals in Cairo, with the return match to be played. South Africa.
The South African “Citizen” newspaper said that Mankoya Mangithi, the technical director of the Sun Downs team, confirmed that there is some hope that the player will recover in time to face Al-Ahly, saying, “We are optimistic with the doctors and it seems that he will be able to participate in the next match in Egypt,” We hope everything will go according to plan. ”
The newspaper pointed out that Zwani’s injury was not torn, but it was a stress that could easily have led to a rupture if he could not continue in the match and that is why the doctors said he needed a 10-day rest and he would be able to come back and help and we have enough days now before our match. Coming ”
Zwani is the player who scored the most goals in the group stage of the CAF Champions League this season with 3 goals, and he is the one who contributed the most goals with 5 goals, and the second most striking player among the three sticks behind Ayoub Al Kaabi..
The Sun Downs team continued to lead the South African League for the current season, after defeating its host TS Galaxy, with a clean goal scored by Peter Shalolili with the winning goal of the Sun Downs in the 17th minute of the match, with a header, after a cross from a corner kick.
Sun Downs strengthens the top of the South African League standings table, with 57 points, 7 points behind the runner-up Amazulu team, 50 points, while TS Galaxy ranks eighth with 32 points..