CHAYAMBUKA SINKS DEMBARE
7 May 2018
TWO first half goals from fullback Bright Chayambuka saw Harare City overcome Dynamos 2-1 at Rufaro yesterday.
An ecstatic Chayambuka said it is the hand of God that saw him getting the goals.
“I’m very much pleased that I got the goals it is the hand of God. I have been working hard for the opportunity and all I can say is thank you Lord for the two goals,” he said.
Kudzanai Dhemere scored for DeMbare.
Chayambuka said he has been training hard and he is happy that results are coming.
“The coach always tells us that the fullback position is the most demanding and we have to work hard in training and the results are coming,” he said.
Coach Mark Harrison said he is happy with his side’s performance and heaped praises on the goal scorer.
“He has been excellent all season, it has taken us the whole of preseason to get him into the position to score goals and today he got two, superb, the way we play our fullbacks play should get goals and today he got two, I’m pleased for him, fantastic,” he said.
“A very good performance, three points keep us rolling forward. It wasn’t an easy game, it was a battle, and you know Dynamos always have the 12th man in their supporters, they always make it difficult for you. We got two goals, gave away a sloppy goal that made the game difficult,” he said.
Harrison said there is no pressure on his side, saying there are no much expectation and a top eight finish will be welcome.
The loss to City comes after back to back wins for Mutasa’s charges, recording wins against Bulawayo City and Chapungu.
“It’s not for me really to talk about Dynamos, and I honestly don’t want to pass comment on them. Yes they have got some quality players with them but one thing for sure they are not going to win the league. They have lost too many games” he said.
“Considering that we are a team that came from division one just two weeks before the start of the season, no expectations, we will not win the league, when we finish in the top eight it will be great,” he said.