Bantu Rovers stun Motor Action 2-1

soccer_ballPremier Soccer League newcomers Bantu Rovers eased their relegation worries when they stunned seasoned campaigners Motor Action at 2-1 in a league match at Carlies Sports Club on Saturday.

The Bulawayo side raced into an early lead when they scored in a space of five minutes through former Highlanders midfielder Graham Ncube when he took advantage of a lapse Motor Action defence to connect a Khulekani Moyo cross into the net.

A minute later Mkhululi Moyo also formerly with Highlanders pounced on a lose ball before firing the ball into the net past a stranded Marlon Jani in goals for the Mighty Bulls.

Motor Action coach Joesten Mathuthu was a worried man after the match as Rovers exposed his team’s defensive frailties as the central defence of Norman Njelele and Regis Marere were guilty of ball watching.

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