This followed the Warriors one-all draw against the Crocodiles of
Lesotho which has seen the Warriors sail through to the CHAN finals on a 4-2 aggregate win.
This adds another chapter to Pasuwaâ€™s success story as a coach after
he qualified the Young Warriors to the 2015 Africa Games in the Congo Brazzaville in addition of having won four consecutive Castle Lager Premier Soccer League titles with Dynamos.
Against Lesotho, the Warriors even had the luxury of missing a penalty after a Blessing Moyo effort sailed over the bar when the two teams were deadlocked at one-all after Roderick Mutuma had given Zimbabwe the lead.
The Dynamos striker was the hero of the two game final qualifying tie after he also scored a double in the first leg when the Warriors won 3-1 in a hugely attended game at Barbourfields Stadium last Sunday.
This is the fourth time in a row that the Warriors have qualified for
the continental football festival having made the trip in 2009, 2011,
Zimbabwe, however, are hoping to improve on their performance the last time around when they finished fourth in South Africa.
Pasuwa and his team are also in the run for qualification for the 2016
Africa Cup of Nations finals where they are in the same group with
Guinea, Swaziland, and Malawi.