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IN FOOTBALL it has always been said it's not all about money, but there are very few success stories to back that sentiment.
One such story is that of Zimbabwe's Monomotapa, who continued their giant-killing run in this year's African Champions League, opening their campaign in the group phase with a 2-1 win over favourites Etoile Sahel last Sunday.
Darryl Nyandoro's goal ensured a winning start in Group B for the rookies, who overcame the tough economic conditions in their country to reach the league phase with several upset results in the earlier knockout rounds.
Sheer guts and a never-say-die attitude are the subjects of the African Soccer Television show's highlights on SABC1 Sport's Laduma on Sunday at 2.30pm.
The past weekend was all action and saw TP Mazembe Englebert from the Democratic Republic of Congo score a 2-0 home win over Nigeria's Heartland FC in Lubumbashi in the other Group B encounter.
In Group A the Sudanese derby between Al Merreikh and Al Hilal ended goalless while Kano Pillars of Nigeria forced a 1-1 tie away at Zesco United of Zambia.
Other highlights feature the Namibian Premier League's awards and games from the Kenyan Premier League where N City Stars blasted Thika United 3-1.
The CAF Confederations Cup's Group A match between Stade Malien de Bamako and Desportivo Primeiro da Agosto (0-0), and Santos FC's 2-0 win over ENPPI, also feature.