23 February 2018
New Zimbabwe Header
Mujuru to Mnangagwa: no hard feelings
Eyebrows as ED's pal in Mthwakazi project
Govt peace maker too weak, Mujuru coalition
AU experts to help ZEC before & after polls
Harare war as cops shoot two dead
$15bln fraud: Mpofu refuses to talk in Parly
Govt to pay bonuses in time for elections
Congress will happen: defiant Mwonzora
Diamond sales resume after one-year break
Corruption won't be tolerated: Mpofu
Deadline for Zim Achievers nominations
UK: Ammara, Stunner, Ex-Q at London’s O2
I never got cards in Zim: Hadebe
Sepp Blatter urges World Cup Africa return
Morgan Tsvangirai a dear, just leader
New era: Changing Zimbabwe’s past
Tsvangirai aide farewell to iconic boss
In the aftermath of Tsvangirai's death
Caps United ruin league campaign

  Drab affair ... Hardlife Zvirekwi strikes the ball with FC Platinums Elvis Moyo watching

Mutual respect ... Caps Taurai Mangwiro and Norman Mapeza embrace after the game

30/10/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
ZPC Kariba maintain Dynamos pressure
Dynamos beat City in 8-goal thriller
Highlanders drop misbehaving duo
Harare City hitman warns Dynamos
PSL: Bosso lose again, Kaindu back
ZPC Kariba lose to FC Platimum

CAPS United drew 0-0 with FC Platinum at the National Sports Stadium on Wednesday to allow league leaders Dynamos to go seven points ahead of them.

On an afternoon where Taurai Mangwiro’s forwards fruitlessly toiled, United dropped two crucial points to extend the gap between them and Dynamos from five to seven points.

Dynamos beat Harare City 5-3 on the same afternoon.

FC Platinum returned home with a point gained but slid one place down to fifth position.

It was a drab affair that saw the sides rarely creating anxious moments for each other.

The first real chance of the afternoon came 15 minutes into the match with FC Platinum defender Gift Bello having his header crucially saved by Caps goalkeeper Tafadzwa Dube after Elvis Moyo had sent in a perfect cross.

United responded twelve minutes later through Ronald Pfumbidzai whose shot crashed on the cross bar.

FC Platinum thought they had won a penalty when forward Obey Chirwa was hacked down just inside the box by Caps defender George Nyirenda but the referee instead booked the Zambian striker was booked for diving.

In injury time, it was Caps’ chance to demand a penalty after Raphael Muduviwa appeared to have handled Pfumbidzai’s cross inside the box.

But the referee waved play-on to cap an afternoon of few chances.

Wednesday Results: Harare City 3-5 Dynamos (Rufaro), Shabanie Mine 1-3 How Mine (Maglas), Chicken Inn 1-1 Triangle (Hartsfield), Chapungu 2-3 Bantu Rover (Ascot Stadium), Chiredzi 1-2 Black Rhinos (Gibbo), Caps United 0-0 FC Platinum (National Sports Stadium), ZPC Kariba 3-1 Buffaloes (Gwanzura), Hwange 3-1 Highlanders (Colliery).


Email this to a friend Printable Version Discuss This Story
Share this article:

Digg it






Face Book



comments powered by Disqus
RSS NewsTicker