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How Mine stun Highlanders in NetOne Cup


Impressive Highlanders win ... How Mine coach Philani “Beefy” Ncube

19/07/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
Shock substitution decision ... Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu
 
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HIGHLANDERS were on Saturday booted out of the NetOne One Wallet Cup following a 4-3 penalty shootout defeat by How Mine after a 1-1 regulation time scoreline in a quarterfinal match at Ascot Stadium.

How Mine came from behind after a Godfrey Nguwodzawo nullified defender Felix Chindungwe’s goal for Highlanders.

Highlanders blew an opportunity to wrap up the match in regulation time when Charles Sibanda missed from the penalty spot early in the second half.

It was sweet revenge for How Mine on Highlanders who denied them last season’s Mbada Diamonds Cup in the final.

How Mine join in the semi-finals Triangle and Chicken Inn while another last four member would be confirmed on Sunday when Dynamos and Caps United clash at the National Sports Stadium.

Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu made an astonishing substitution when he pulled out forward Ozias Zibande for goalkeeper Ariel Sibanda as the game headed for penalties to league the Bulawayo giants with two goalkeepers in the shootouts.

Ariel and his goalkeeping teammate Munyaradzi Diya converted their penalties while How Mine gloveman Ephraim Mazarura also converted his.

Mazarura became the hero of the day by saving Welcome Ndiweni and Valentine Ndaba’s penalties to add on to the regulation time save of Sibanda’s kick.

Xolisani Moyo has missed for How Mine but Mazarura made up for him.






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