9 July 2018

Zimbabwe: Dynamos Held As Triangle Rout Shabanie Mine 5-0

Triangle romped to one their biggest victories after clobbering Shabanie Mine 5-0 in a largely one-sided Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Gibbo Stadium on Sunday.

At Rufaro Dynamos allowed Chicken Inn to equalise 1-1 at the stroke of full time after Quality Kangadzi had thrust them ahead earlier on.

But it was at Gibbo Stadium where the biggest victory was recorded.

The Taurai Mangwiro coached side opened the floodgates on the fifth minute through Ralph Kawondera before Lameck Nhamo added another two minutes later from the spot.

Phineas Bamusi scored the third on the 23th minute before Collin Duwa perfect goal on the 31st minute gave his side a perfect lead going into the second half.

Derilic Murimba added his side lead on the 81th minute to complete a fine afternoon for the Sugar Sugar Boys.

Triangle gaffer Taurai Mangwiro said he was happy with the win.

"Sweet victory for my team l am very happy with the win," he said.

"We started the match strongly and we unsettled them in the first minutes of the match."

He added; "l have already said that we need a perfect second half of the season and we started well.

"We are now looking to win in our next matches and we want to end the season in a good position."

Shabanie Mine gaffer Alexio Sijoni said they are still building their team.

"We are still trying to make out a team; we don't have much depth in our squad," he said.

"There are a lot of things happening in our camp; we lost some good players recently like David Temwanjira to ZPC Kariba."

Triangle started the match on a strong note and they could have scored as early as the second minute but striker Lameck Nhamo shot was saved by the visitor's goalkeeper Petros Moyo from a close range.

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