The match between Shabanie Mine and CAPS United which was played at Maglas Stadium was abandoned before the final whistle after the far side assistant referee was hit by a flying missile and got injured on the eye.
The match was called off in the 65th minute when CAPS United supporters started throwing missiles in protest of a disallowed goal which was judged to have been scored from an offside position.The scoreline was standing at 1-0 in favour of Shabanie Mine.
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Shabanie had went into the lead in the 43rd minute through William Mapfumo who scored a header from a corner kick. John Zhuwawo equalised but the assistant referee waved offside resulting in CAPS’ supporters throwing missiles in protest.
Meanwhile, Bulawayo City beat Yadah 1-0 at Barbourfields Stadium through Ishmael Wadi’s goal in the 84th minute.
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