Mamelodi Sundowns have one hand on the 2016 Caf Champions League title following a 3-0 win over Zamalek in the first-leg of the final at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Backed by a capacity 30 000 supporters in the Atteridgville heat, the Brazilians ran circles around the White Knights as focus now turns to the reverse fixture in Alexandria.
Pitso Mosimane's troops dominated from the onset and after a sustained spell of pressure, the hosts hit the front through Anthony Laffor in the 31st minute.
Sundowns captain ,Hlompho Kekana, picked up the ball on the half-line, surging forward before feeding the Liberian international who turned to defenders before firing into the back of the net, to successfully build on his good run of form
The Brazilians doubled their lead nine minutes later through the unlikely source of left-back Tebogo Langerman. The defender's cross-cum-shot flying over Ahmed Elshenawy and into the back of the net from about 35 meters, to the astonishment of 'Jingles' and those packed into the stadium.
Unreal scenes at the LMS, this is how we do it. Thank you Masandawana! pic.twitter.com/EWBfqJwoIQ— Mamelodi Sundowns FC (@Masandawana) October 15, 2016