DStv, Mushowani share spoils

HARARE - DStv Rangers coach Newton ‘Taundi’ Chitewe was pleased after his side held high-riding Mushowani to a goalless draw in a World Navi Northern Region Division One League match here yesterday.

With the draw, Mushowani are now on second position with 12 points while DStv moved into seventh with nine points.

“I think both teams played well and the match was a balanced affair. I’m happy to collect a point today,” said Chitewe.

“I think we are now in the right direction in as far as our performance is concerned.”

Mushowani coach Solomon Mudavanhu was also satisfied with a point away from home but believed his side was below par.

“Yes I am happy to collect a point away from home and I think a draw was the fairest result,” he said.

“But I was not happy with the performance of my boys, we failed to play our normal type of game. We never created any meaningful chances, our opponents controlled the midfield but the good thing we manage to collect a point away from home.”

After the breather the tempo increased and Mushowani were reduced to 10-man six minutes from time after forward Admire Dzukumanja received a straight red card for an elbow on DStv defender Byron Madzokere.

Weekend Results: DStv Rangers 0 Mushowani 0, Karoi United 1 Herentals 2, Cargo Carriers 2 Ngezi Platinum 2,  Darwin 1 Lake Harvest 3, Blue Jets 3 Seven Flames 0, Zatex 0 ZRP FC 0, Starbill 0 Black Rhinos 0, ZRP Morris 1 Gunners 2, DC Academy 1 Blue Swallows 2

Comments (2)

keep it up cargo carriers .

ak - 12 May 2015

Cargo Carriers is gonna rise to the top , Ngezi yakazviona , Herentals watch out this week we are going to demolish you in your own bacyard

Unzo - 12 May 2015

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