Zimbabwe football champions Dynamos kept up their three year dominance of city rivals CAPS United after beating them 1-0 courtesy of a Devon Chafa penalty. Meanwhile Bulawayo giants Highlanders lost 2-1 to How Mine.
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AMBITIOUS FC Platinum are bracing for their top of the table showdown with leaders Highlanders with their assistant coach Tendai Chikuni indicating that they have rolled up their sleeves and are ready for a potentially thrilling tie at Mandava on Saturday.
HIGHLANDERS managed to keep a clean sheet for the first time in seven matches and in the process silenced a hugely confident army side Buffaloes in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played before an appreciative crowd at Barbourfields yesterday.
HIGHLANDERS cried foul at Rufaro on Sunday and their mourning, that they had been victims of a gross violation of Fair Play in their latest showdown against bitter rivals Dynamos, could be heard as far away as Bulawayo.
HARARE – Centre back Partson Jaure grabbed a dramatic last minute equaliser as winless Dynamos rescued a point from the jaws of defeat and ensured Highlanders would have to fight another day to end their seven year jinx against their bitter rivals.
AGELESS Dynamos captain Murape Murape took matters into his hands when his side needed him most as his solitary goal powered the Glamour Boys to victory in the final of this year’s Independence Cup against rivals Highlanders at the National Sports Stadium.
HARARE – Two of the country’s biggest and oldest clubs — Dynamos and Highlanders — will once again square off in the Independence final that will be the climax of festivities to mark Zimbabwe’s 33rd anniversary at the National Sports Stadium this afternoon.
SHABANIE – Bulawayo giants Highlanders beat Shabanie 2-0 as a dozen police officers were deployed to restore order in the stands. This was after Bosso fans strongly protested a yellow card given to midfielder Knox Mutizwa for ‘diving’ in the Shabanie penalty area.
SPONSORS of the Charity Shield, NetOne, have remained adamant that giants Dynamos and Highlanders were not the people’s choice for teams to take part in the tournament set for Mandava this weekend under a new format despite an outcry from the Harare giants.