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Dynamos dismiss Hwange 2-0

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10/08/2017 00:00:00
by Nkosana Dlamini
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FORMER premiership champions, Dynamos FC, continued with their march to regain lost glory with a 2-0 thumping of coal miners, Hwange FC in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at the National Sports Stadium on Wednesday.

Hwange first succumbed in the first half, thanks to an own goal by defender Gerald Ndlovu.

But DeMbare captain Ocean Mushure was back to cap another fine performance with his second half goal which ensured the hosts were comfortable winners over 10-man Hwange.

Mushure, who is enjoying his new role as a midfielder, delivered the insurance goal off a cross by troubled star Denver Mukamba in the second half.

The Glamour Boys could have scored more had they been more precise in front of goal.

Glamour Boys coach Lloyd Mutasa, whose sublime charges have since helped relieve him of the pressure from the ever demanding DeMbare faithful, was pleased with the performance.

“It was another tough encounter against a stubborn Hwange. They played very well but we managed to score two goals,” Mutasa said during a post-match interview.

“It is still a cause for concern, we are creating a number of chances but what is crucial is three points and we are happy that we managed to collect them.”

Hwange coach Bigboy Mawiwi was disappointed with the red card given to his player but optimistic the Matebeleland North football powerhouse would not sink to Division One again.

With Wednesday’s win, Dynamos have now garnered a comfortable 39 points, 4 behind log leaders Ngezi Platinum.

But the Harare giants have a game-in-hand and are almost guaranteed of 3 more points from their abandoned match with Chapungu which the PSL has ordered a replay from the 52 minutes it was abandoned with DeMbare leading 4-0.

Hwange are number 15 on the 18-team table and have picked an average single point from 20 matches played so far.

Disappointed with red card ... Hwange coach Bigboy Mawiwi


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