Egyptian heavyweights Al Ahly beat Kaizer Chiefs 3-0 in Morocco on Saturday night.
Al Ahly becomes the first side in history to be crowned African champions ten times.
In-form forward Mohamed Sherif scored one and made as Ahly took full advantage.
Chiefs’ Happy Mashiane was dismissed shortly before the break for a poor challenge.
The Cairo side swiftly profited in the second half, first through Mohamed Sherif with a fine chip.
Then Mohamed ‘Asfha’ Magdy before Amr El Solia cracked home Sherif’s clever backheel.
Al Ahly’s tally of ten African crowns is now double that of their nearest challengers.
City rivals Zamalek and DR Congo’s TP Mazembe are both tied on five apiece.
Al Ahly coach makes history
Coach Pitso Mosimane moves on to an impressive three Champions League titles.
The Egyptians are defending the trophy they won last year.
Meanwhile his initial, and arguably greatest, triumph came with Mamelodi Sundowns in 2016.
This would have been one of his more unusual successes, coming against the very team he supported as a boy.