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Dynamos harvest six goals as key How Mine players boycott over wages

24/08/2017 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
Led the rout ... Denver Mukamba
 
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HARARE giants Dynamos thrashed struggling How Mine 6-0 in a one sided Castle Lager Premiership tie at Barbourfields Stadium on Thursday.

How Mine went into the match missing several key players after they decided not to play a part in protest over non-payment of salaries and allowances by the club management.

Dynamos, now vying for the championship after a sluggish start to the campaign before hitting a purple patch, capitalised on the opportunity to grab maximum points.

Midfielder, Denver Mukamba, led the rout with a brace on 24, and 67 minutes. Gift Saunyama doubled the lead 36 minutes after Mukamba's first goal while Cameroonian international forward Christian Ntouba Epoupa also weighed in with his first brace for the club on 39 and 45 minutes.

Defender, Lincoln Zvasiya, also popped up with another goal on 63 minutes to complete Dembare’s biggest win of the season so far.



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