Mamelodi Sundowns defender Mosa Lebusa says they know it is going to be a big challenge when they face Al Ahly on Sunday in the first leg of the African Football semi-finals.
The two African giants meet on Sunday in Tshwane, after Sundowns beat Petro De Luanda, Ahly beat Simba in the quarter-finals.
Lebusa said they know what they are up against facing the Egyptian giants, but he is confident they can get a result if they apply themselves.
“I think everything is going well, so far. And we know what we plan, what we up against, and Al Ahly it’s a very big team in the continent,” Lebusa told the club’s media department.
“And them winning the Champions League so many times speak volumes for itself.
“So we know it’s not going to be easy. We know the amount of work required for us to be victorious. And I think we just have to trust ourselves and work extremely hard.
“And I think if we can match their work rate, I think our talent will come out on top. And like I said earlier, we just have to work hard.”