We've turned a corner: Murwira

HARARE - Dynamos defender Godknows Murwira believes they have finally put their wretched patch of form behind them following last weekend’s hard-fought victory over Harare City.

The 2-1 victory delivered by second half goals from Denver Mukamba and Ocean Mushure brought to an end a six-match winless run that had threatened to destroy their season.

Dynamos jumped into fourth place on the Castle Lager Premiership log to reignite their fading title hopes.

DeMbare now trail log leaders FC Platinum by 11 points with only 10 games to go before the season ends.

This weekend, the Harare giants travel to Baobab Stadium to face Ngezi Platinum Stars and Murwira is confident they will continue with the good display they showed against Harare City.

A win would see the Glamour Boys move to 34 points and possibly third place on the log table if struggling Bulawayo giants Highlanders lose to How Mine.

“We have to continue on this path. A positive result gives us more self-confidence, but we must improve and we know that,” Murwira told the Daily News after the team’s practice match against Division One side Herentals at the National Sports Stadium B Arena yesterday.

“We have to be consistent now in our results. We are Dynamos and with this attitude and confidence we can get back on track. We are obviously confident of maximum points but we need to apply ourselves very well on the field to get them.

“I think last weekend’s result was very important and has boosted our confidence.”

On Sunday, Murwira and his teammates will go head-on against a number of familiar faces at Baobab Stadium.

Ngezi Platinum is the new home of former Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya and players — Walter Mukanga, Kelvin Bulaji, Partson Jaure, Washington Pakamisa and Tichaona Mabvura. 

“It’s not an ordinary game for us as you are aware there is a former Dynamos coach there and also players. So it is definitely a tricky encounter for us,” Murwira said.

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