Dynamos fall at the Colliery

HWANGE - A frist half Eric Chipeta penalty gave Hwange all the three points against defending league champions her yesterday.With the win, the coal miners moved to the top of the Castle Premiership table with 22 points from 11 games.

Dynamos coach Calisto Pasuwa bemoaned his side’s shortcoming  in the final third while appearing to question the Hwange penalty.

“"I think maybe it was a game of very few chances and our strikers could not utilise them. I think the ball hit Ocean (Mushure) on the face and the linesman might have got it wrong because his vision was partially obscured by the players," said Pasuwa

Chipangano were awarded the penalty after prodigal son Farai Vimisayi goal-bound  effort was blocked by Ocean Mushure albeit by hands leaving the referee with the option of pointing to the spot.

Chippa United-bound defender Chipeta up-stepped to send Artwel Mukandi, in goals for Dynamos the wrong way.

Hwangen coach Nation Dube paid tribute to his charges after the game while reserving special praise for the fans.

“This was a difficult game but all the same we managed to bag all the three points and I salute the fans for their support which made it difficult for Dynamos,” Dube said.

The home side were the first to settle into the game while dominated the early exchanges but they found the Dynamos defence resolute with Warriors captain Partson Jaure thwarting Hwange attacker Aleck Marime.

In the second half Dembare continued with their resurgence as they looked for an equaliser but were let down by the misfiring Washington Pakamisa.

On the hour Pasuwa brought in former Ajax Cape Town winger Tafadzwa Rusike for Tichaona Mabvura and the move as nearly paid off as  sent in inviting crosses for his forwards who could not take advantage.

In the end Chipangano held on for the three points at stake condemning the Harare side to another defeat at the Colliery after they lost 4-2 last season.

Comments (1)

Eiishh......Thot kuti Artie ndiye aneluck rese.......

zero - 16 June 2014

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