Whawha poor run continues

GWERU - Whawha coach Lloyd Mutasa is now concerned with the way his side is conceding goals after they were defeated by ZPC Kariba here yesterday.

The Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Services side had taken the lead through Sylvester Nhamo blistering shot in the first half.

However, second half goals from defender Dennis Duada and Russell Madamombe ensured ZPC caretaker coach Paul Chimalizeni won his first game in charge of the side.

Mutasa’s team has now conceded 14 goals in four leagues matches after yesterday’s loss.

The prison wardens lost 6-0 to How Mine before redeeming themselves with a 1-0 win over Dynamos.

Last weekend, the Whawha defence was as good as absent as they once again shipped in six goals against Triangle.

“Obviously you wouldn't want to concede so many goals, but such is the game of football. We have to move on,” he said.

“We gave them easy goals and it was only a matter of a lapse in concentration at the back that cost us today.”

ZPC assistant coach Oliver Matava was thrilled with the win.

“It’s a sweet victory for us today and I'm happy we got our first win at Ascot this season,” he said.

“My boys lacked composure in the box in the first half, but I'm happy our game plan worked in the second half.”

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