Beavan Chikaka’s goal made sure that Bosso, the only side to enjoy an unbeaten run so far in the season, maintained their three-point lead over closest and perennial rivals, Dynamos.
DeMbare themselves got back from two points dropped midweek to beat a slipping 10-men Chicken Inn 2-1 in a lively match at Rufaro, skipper Denva Mukamba and slippery striker Murape Murape getting the goals that outnumbered Danny Phiri’s strike.
Caps United chief, Sean Connor, gave a sigh of relief, after registering a second 1-0 win on the trot to end the turbulent times at the Harare giants. This time they beat Blue Rangers 1-0 courtesy of a goal by a midfielder-Edmore Chafungamoyo.
At Mandava stadium, former Gunners players- Norman Togara and Mitchele Katsvairo scored a goal each as FC Platinum rallied to beat their erstwhile paymasters 2-1. Leonard Fiyado had given the Harare side an 18th minute lead.
Shabanie Mine laboured to a 1-0 victory over Black Mambas in the capital to revive champion-ship hopes for nomadic coach, Luke Masomere, while Quelaton continued to sing the blues with their sixth defeat in eight outings, after the Bulawayo side fell 0-1 to Monomotapa through a penalty craftily sent home by Makai Kawashu. Hardbody shared the spoils with Harare City, with opposing captains – Calisto Maheya and Godferey Nguwodzawo scoring in the 1-1 draw. Maheya’s 30th second goal was the fasted seen this season.Post published in: Football