- Coach Pitso Mosimane was filmed sharing a tender moment with Al Ahly's Taher Mohamed Taher
- Al Ahly placed third at the FIFA Club World cup, the first time since 2006
- Mosimane seemed proud of his team and was all smiles before hugging Taher
Al Ahly bagged the bronze medal at the FIFA Club World Cup on Wednesday, 11 February. Head coach Pitso Mosimane is beyond proud of the Red Devils for coming through for him and themselves.
A video shared to Al Ahly's official Twitter shows Mosimane excited beyond belief as his technical team congratulates and hugs him. Mosimane then walks up to Taher Mohamed Taher who he holds.
The two embraced as they shed a few tears. The sweet video received a bunch of love from Ahly supporters.
Take a look at the 15-second clip below:
Below are just a few of the responses to the sweet video:
"You have made Africans proud during this tournament. Africans doesn't carry last. Congratulations & thank you for making Africans proud!"
"I love the Passion you have for the sport and no wonder why you are the best it's because of the Fire within you. I'm humbled @TheRealPitso one of our own."
"The end of the tournament doesn't mean the end of the road. Its the beginning of a new focus, a new path. We've seen how far African clubs can go. Keep it, keep it, keep it that way. That's a correct direction."
"I like the emotional connection between Pitso and his players."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Al Ahly had landed the bronze medal at the Club World Club. Mosimane and his current team, Egyptian side Al Ahly, have been the talk of the town lately. The team recently after their World Cup performances, which is a decent reward for their great efforts during.
Their bronze medal has resulted in even more buzz around the team and Mosimane, who has now become the first South African coach to bag a medal from the Club World Cup games. This is something Mzansi could not be more proud of.
Since the news was shared online, locals have been taking the opportunity to congratulate both the team and Mosimane, who has been referred to as the greatest coach produced in South Africa on more than one occasion.
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