Dynamos beaten 1-0 by Caps United in “Battle of Harare”

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Caps United beat Dynamos 1-0 in a rescheduled match played at Rufaro Stadium today. Dominic Chungwa scored the solitary goal for the Green Machine in the 69th minute to ensure that Caps United avenged their 2-0 loss of two weeks back.

In an interview after the game, Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa said:

We had some good half chances and they scored against the run of play so good luck to them. [Not having our experienced players] is something you can’t control so you play with what you have. [The loss] is a setback but we have a game in hand and if we win that, we will be ahead by a point so it is game on.

Dominic Chungwa is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for CAPS United Football Club as a striker. Read More

Dynamos Football Club is a Zimbabwean based professional football club which plays in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League. It is arguably the most decorated football club in Zimbabwe. The club has won several accolades locally, and has performed at various international tournaments and commands a huge support base of more than a million fans. Synonymous with its blue and white regalia, Dynamos commands great influence in as far as Zimbabwean football is concerned. Their so-called carpet football which involves a continuous flow of the ball coupled with accurate passing in the field of play has over time earned them the title 'Glamour Boys'. Local football fanatics usually prefer to call the team DeMbare due to the team's attachment to their traditional home ground Rufaro Stadium which is located in the iconic suburb of Mbare in Harare. Rufaro Stadium which is a stone through away from the Matapi and Tagarika hostels of Mbare suburbs has resulted in the intimate, affectionate and emotional attachment between the team and the residence not only of Mbare but of the whole city of Harare. Read More

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  1. Feisal Greenland says:

    How is Chiyangwa going to Overturn this one???

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