Highlanders march towards title continues

HARARE - Highlanders consolidated their grip on the title in ruthless fashion when the thrashed Midlands side, Lancashire Steel 3-0 in a Premier Soccer League match at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.
Lancashire Steel went into the match yesterday believing that they could stop the Bosso machine

but failed miserably to halt the log leaders from continuing their march towards the title.
While Highlanders were winning easily at Barborfields, it was disaster for CAPS who fell 2-1 to Motor Action in Harare.
Zambian coach Fordson Kabole, who promised much when he came to join CAPS two months ago, has been a complete flop.
The elderly Kabole is clearly out of steam and the fact that he prefers to have assistant coach Lloyd Chitembwe do the talking while he remains rooted to the bench probably means that he is out of touch with the realities of Zimbabwean football.
CAPS fell to goals by their former player, Quincy Antipas and a late strike by Salim Milanzi. Immediately after the match, CAPS fans demanded the removal of Kabole.
At the Colliery, Hwange beat Chapungu 2-1 in the battle for second place. Hwange raced to a 2-0 lead but Chapungu fought back to pull one back before forcing the home side to defend their lead until the very end.
On Saturday, Harare giants Dynamos were held to a 0-0 draw by Railstars. On the same day, Buymore poured more misery on Shooting Stars by winning 3-2 at Rufaro Stadium. At Gwanzura Stadium Black Rhinos beat whipping boys, Zimbabwe Saints 1-0.
At Trojan Stadium in Bindura, Mwana Africa and Shabanie drew 1-1 while
Masvingo United beat Monomotapa 1-0 at Mucheke Stadium. – ZimOnline

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