Uganda Cranes skipper Dennis Onyango and his team Mamelodi Sundowns endured a frustrating night on Tuesday as they bowed out of the Total CAF Champions League at the hands of Guinean side, AS Horoya.
The 2016 champions will have themselves to blame for being wasteful as the game played at Lucas Morripe stadium ended in a barren draw.
Despite several attempts and chances created on the day, Pitso Mosimane’s charges were not clinical enough to get the desired goal and result.
The frustration perhaps only potrayed the poor form of steak for the South African champions who have now gone 4 games without victory across all competitions.
In the game, Gaston Sirino, Jeremie Brockie and Vilakazi all had moments to put the Brazilians ahead but failed.
Left back Tebongo Langerman saw his effort rattle off the crossbar midway through the second stanza as his team bowed out.
The result meant, Horoya finished second in group C on 8 points behind defending champions Wydad Casablanca.
Sundowns now shift attention to MTN 8 Knockout, where they have to overturn a 1-0 loss against Cape Town City FC in the return leg.