15 May 2018
HIGHLANDERS goalkeeper Ariel Sibanda believes the CAPS United challenge at Barbourfields on Sunday is enough motivation for them to lift their game.
Bosso are trying to find their feet again, and they face a wounded CAPS United.
“Coming from a 0-0 draw, we are now shifting our attention to hosting CAPS United and getting the job done.
“When playing an equally good team like CAPS, you don’t need anyone to tell you to up your game you do that automatically on your own,” Sibanda said.
“We are trying to win our game though we know it won’t be an easy task for us. But the Highlanders I play for is not intimidated by any team and it is a competitive team.
“In our next game, we are looking forward to be better in terms of everything, be it our play or anything.
“I’m am just going to do my job which is to save as many as possible for the team.”
Their coach Madinda Ndlovu has been worried about their scoring rate.
“We are trying to make sure that we convert our chances. Without goals, the game becomes more difficult for us to win and to control. It becomes easy for the opponents,” he said.
The Yadah draw was a set-back at a time Bosso are eight points behind log leaders Ngezi Platinum.
It was a however a better performance for the goalie.
“I did put up a fair performance in the Yadah game but I can still improve. I am going to work extra hard to give our fans a polished game.
“I am working on minimising on making silly mistakes that will cost the team,” said Sibanda.