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My best yet to come, Kutsanzira tells Bosso

05/05/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
Best yet to come ... Rahman Kutsanzira
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HIGHLANDERS winger Rahman Kutsanzira says his best is yet to come after grabbing the opening goal in Sunday’s 4-0 thumping of Caps United.

Kutsanzira, in the seventh minute, punished his former employers Caps whom he dumped at the beginning of this year to rejoin Highlanders whom he had also dumped two seasons ago.

His goal set the tonic for a famous victory in which Ozias Zibande, Kuda Mahachi and Cleopas Dube.

“This was my first league goal since I returned to Highlanders. Let me say the best of me will come this season,” he said.

“I will do my best with the rest of the guys to make sure we make the fans happy and ultimately end the season with the league title. It is a long way to go and we will work so hard.”

The former Young Warriors player endured a frustrating preseason where he was on the sidelines for the better part of it after dislocating his shoulder.

But his return could mark the rejuvenation of a player eluded by success when he joined Caps.

Mark Mathe was the mastermind of the Caps routing in the absence of head coach Kelvin Kaindu who is in the UK.

Mathe warned his charges not to get carried away by the big win but focus on their next game against a tricky ZPC Kariba.

“This is now water under the bridge and we have to set our eyes on the next assignment. Of course in terms of morale boosting this win is valuable but it is also crucial to start preparing hard for the next match,” Mathe said.

ZPC Kariba are unbeaten just like Highlanders and the match will certainly be explosive.


Sunday: Highlanders 4-0 Caps United, Dynamos 0-1 Buffaloes, Triangle 1-5 ZPC Kariba, Black Rhinos 0-1 Chicken Inn, Chapungu 1-1 Shabanie Mine

Saturday: How Mine 2-0 Hwange, FC Platinum 2-1 Harare City, Bantu Rovers 0-2 Chiredzi


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