HARARE – Jostein Mathuthu’s move from Motor Action to Caps United, appeared to have been proved worthwhile for his team on June 25.
‘I want to believe the coaches who have been there before me could have done the same, it was only a matter of time,’ Mathuthu said.
The return of Ashley Rambanepasi and Washington Pakamisa, who have been off the field due to injuries, will be expected to set the Caps United camp ablaze.
Nyasha Mushekwi and Method Mwanjali also proved to be forces to reckon with during their side’s trying times.
Mushekwi scored twice in his side’s 3-1 victory over Motor Action, at Rufaro stadium on June 25, while Rambanepasi announced his return with Caps United’s equaliser in the first half.
United’s conquest was partly due to some drab performance by the Mighty Bulls.
After an electric show in the first ten minutes by Warriors’ stylish midfielder, Clemence Matawu, the Mighty Bulls were silenced by an equaliser in the same half.
Mushekwi took the mighty strength out of the Bull with his side’s second goal.
‘Lack of concentration in our players led to our loss and we should make amends in the next game,’ Mighty Bulls assistant coach, Prince Matore, said.Post published in: Zimbabwe Sports News