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NATIONAL team coach Ian Gorowa will have plenty on his mind between now and Monday, when his side play their final Group B Chan match.

Zimbabwe have two points after drawing their first two matches against Burkina Faso and Uganda and potentially face an early elimination from the 2014 African Nations Championship.

Former Ajax Cape Town and Mamelodi Sundowns coach Gorowa had to watch as his side dominated the match against the Cranes, but failed to hit the net, despite some excellent deliveries from the impressive Chicken Inn attacker Kudakwashe Mahachi, leaving the coach with plenty to ponder ahead of the match against Morocco.

“I have to put it lightly how I am feeling about it [the 0-0 draw to Uganda]. It was a must-win game, we also created chances, if we didn’t then I would be worried,” Gorowa said after the match at Athlone Stadium.

“We had to win though, and now fate is not in our hands because you never know. We have to compete and they have to score goals, we haven’t scored any in this tournament, so it’s a bit of a worry.

“We wanted to correct the mistakes we had against Morocco. I think we lacked composure in front of the goals and this afternoon we did do it.

“So I’m very disappointed and I hope we can score goals against Burkina Faso. It’s an uphill task but we’re still hopeful.”


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