Al-Hilal head coach Florent Ibenge has revealed his side will have a different approach for the free-scoring Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday afternoon.
The Sudanese side will have eyes on a spot in the Champions League quarter-finals when they take on the South African giants.
Al Ahly kept their Champions League campaign alive with a 4-0 thrashing of Coton Sport on Friday night, but Al Hilal can end the Egyptian's dreams with a win on Saturday.
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Al-Hilal defeated Manama 3-0 in the most recent encounter, but Ibenge insists his charges will line-up in a different way than they did on Monday.
“Bahrain’s Manama game wasn’t easy; I wasn’t surprised by the level of their team," Ibenge said, as per KingFut.
“We succeeded in raising the pace of our team’s performance. Manama closed all the doors in the first half, but in the second half, we created many opportunities.
“We had many changes in the midfield, we brought on Abdel Raouf, and after he came off in the second half, he did a great job and was on time.
“The most important thing is that we played a good match, and we will appear in front of Sundowns in a different way,” he added.
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