There have been question marks over Dynamos’ pedigree following their early elimination from Pan African football but, against the Green Machine, De Mbare played a fluid and all round attacking game that left fans asking for more.
The manner in which Dynamos dominated the game and created chances left many convinced Dynamos will have a strong say on the league championship come the end of the season in November.
Even Caps United Director, Farail Jere, admitted Dynamos had played their best football and confessed that his team had lost to a far much better opposition.
Goals from Farai Mupasiri, Guthrie Zhokini and Cliff Sekete gave the reigning champions a convincing 3-0 win and saw them close the gap on leaders Highlanders to five points.
Highlanders are on 27 points from 19 games while De Mbare have 22 points from 17 games and could go top by a point should they win the two outstanding matches they have against FC Platinum and Hwange.
Dynamos face FC Platinum Wednesday.
Caps United’s defeat was their seventh in a row and the Green Machine are sliding deep into the relegation zone. They are now placed fifth from the bottom in probably their worst season since they were promoted into the Premiership in 1979.Post published in: Football