Musharu is on top of his game at the moment, his fine form taking him to five goals in the Orange Caf Confederation Cup. “Musharu’s good form, should he maintain it and his insatiable hunger for goals, will definitely make a difference for us this season,” said Nkomo in a recent interview.
“He has shown us the quality he is made of during our games in the Confederation Cup and I can safely say he a player to watch-out for this season. He has skill, intelligence and is very sharp in front of goal. That makes him a complete striker. He is one of our best players. I am generally pleased that every player is proving to be good for us.”
How Mine are currently the only Zimbabwean side remaining in continental competitions, having progressed to the next round of the Confederation Cup with a 5-4 win over Chouni of Zanzibar 4-0.
The Zimbabweans, who have scored nine goals in four matches in the tournament, host Nigeria’s Bayelsa United in Bulawayo this weekend in the third stage of the competition. The country’s other representative, Dynamos, bowed out of the Champions League with a 1-0 aggregate loss to the Democratic Republic of Congo’s AS Vita Club.Post published in: Football