Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking to score more goals when they tackle Seychelles team Cote dÓr in the Caf Champions League first round second leg clash in Atteridgeville on Friday night.

Sundowns convincingly won 5-0 in the first leg away with a second string team.

Defender Soumahoro Bangaly played in Seychelles and is confident they will score more goals.

Bangaly played his first game of the season in Seychelles. He has not featured in the league or knockout competition this season. He was happy for the rare appearance.

There are reports that Bangaly has only been registered in the champions league but not in the domestic league, but he was sitting on the bench when Sundowns drew against Chippa United 1-1.

Sundowns will be bidding to reach the champions league group stages for the seventh time if they overcome the Islanders.

Last season, they were knocked out in the semifinals.

Bangaly is hopeful they will go all the way this time.

Sundowns have been the only SA team going further in Caf competitions in recent times.

Orlando Pirates reached the group stages last season, but bowed out in the preliminary round this season.

Bangaly says he has no idea why other teams are not coming to the party:

– Report by Vincent Sitsula