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22/04/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
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DYNAMOS avoided a third loss on the trot with as they came from behind to win 3-1 over Bantu Rovers in a Castle Premiership match at Barbourfields on Easter Monday.

Having lost 0-1 to ZPC Kariba and 0-3 on penalties in the Independence Trophy final to FC Platinum, the hawks were circling on coach Callisto Pasuwa's job.

And Dynamos had a bad start at Barbourfields - a venue they rarely lose at - when Nqobizitha Masuku thrust Bantu into the lead after 13 minutes.

But a five minute three-goal blitz in the second half quite likely saved Pasuwa's job.

Sydney Linyama headed in the equaliser in the 61st minute before Cliff Sekete gave the visitors the lead two minutes later.

Devon Chafa added the third in the 66th minute to complete the comeback.

At Chishamiso in Chiredzi, Highlanders made light work of the hosts with a 3-0 win.

Ozias Zibande gave Bosso the lead in the 26th minute on the bumpy pitch before Kuda Mahachi's solo effort stole the show in the 74th minute.

Charles Sibanda then rammed in the third in the 81st minute to leave Bosso in second position with seven points from three matches.

Hwange lead the standings on better goal difference, having scored nine in three matches while Bosso have seven.

Elsewhere, it is all coming together for good for ZPC as they moved into third position after handing Harare City their third successive loss with a 1-0 win at Gwanzura.

Artwell Nyamiwa headed in the winner at the death to leave City coach Bigboy Mawiwi in danger of losing his job.

FC Platinum threw away a two goal lead once again to eventually draw 2-2 against Chicken Inn at Luveve. Last week, they led 2-0 against Hwange but lost 2-3.

On Easter Monday, Walter Musona gave them the lead in the 16th minute before Donald Ngoma added the second in the 74th minute.

They seemed to have done the job until Tendai Mukambi gave Chicken Inn a glimmer of hope in the 86th minute when he pulled one back.

But five minutes of added time saw Mukambi complete his double with just 60 seconds to play and also possible save his coach Joey Antipas' job following last week's 2 0 loss to Buffaloes.

Sundany Results: CAPS United 0-0 Buffaloes; Hwange 1-1Triangle; Shabanie Mine 2-0 Black Rhinos; Chapungu 2-2 How Mine

Monday Results: Chicken Inn 2-2 FC Platinum ( Luveve), Chiredzi 0-3 Highlanders (Chishamiso), Bantu Rovers 1-3 Dynamos (Barbourfields, ZPC Kariba 1-0 Harare City (Gwanzura)


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