Speaking to the Herald after the match, the smiling assassin said that attaining the three points was the best thing for him particularly after Zimbabwe disappointingly drew 0-0 with the Zebras of Botswana at the National Sports Stadium in Harare. He added:
I am so happy that I contributed to the team but the most important thing is not about me contributing but the three points we bagged.
The Smiling Assassin who has been struggling to find game time at his club seems to have found his form again following a below-average performance he displayed at this year’s AFCON finals held in Egypt which attracted a backlash from supporters with some calling for his early retirement from international football.
Musona, as earlier said by his compatriot, Khama Billiat, has always been valuable to the Warriors whenever he is in his best form.
Statistics after the Zambia match show that Musona has now drawn closer to Salah and drifted further from Mane, when it comes to contributions to the national team cause, in the AFCON qualifiers in the past decade.