Zimbabwe Vs Congo: Warriors To Wear Black Armbands For Cyclone Idai

The Zimbabwe warriors will today wear black armbands and observe a moment of silence during the Afcon qualifier game against Congo.

The act is meant as a gesture of remembering the victims of Cyclone Idai which has claimed more than 200 lives in Zimbabwe and even more combined with Mozambique and Malawi.

Zifa announced last night that CAF granted the request.



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