Mamelodi Sundowns middlefielder come defender Mothobi Mvala apologises for his own goal this past weekend.
The former Highlands Park star is said to have apologised to his teammates and the rest of the team after his own goal.
Mvala’s 82nd minute helped Wydad to knock the Brazilians out of this season’s CAF Champions League.
Masandawana was leading 2-1 when Mvala headed a ball into his own net to make the score 2-2.
The match ended all square, giving the advantage to Wydad.
Moroccan giants advance to the next stage due to away goal rule, despite the two-legged tie ending all square.
The South African international is left with regret after the defeat because he feels he is responsible for the loss.
Players are said to also be in an emotional state after the defeat, but they don’t Mvala for the loss.
The Phakaaathi source says he feels sorry for the player because he knows how much the competition means to the players.
So, scoring an own goal that eliminated the club leaves him in hurt and sad state.
The 28-year-old will look to help the club win their first Champions League trophy in 12 years next season.