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Troubled Dynamos crash out of Chibuku Cup

17/08/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
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Dynamos face Rhinos in Chibuku Cup

Dynamos 0-1 Black Rhinos

THE week long chaos at Dynamos came caught up with the champions after they were knocked out of the Chibuku Super Cup by a resurgent Black Rhinos at Gwanzura Stadium on Sunday.

A Steven Matsangaise goal five minutes from full time was enough to eliminate Dynamos at the first round stage of the tournament.

Tension in the Dynamos camp was always apparent as Roderick Mutuma nastily responded to an Obey Gada challenge by head-butting the Rhinos defender, leading to the two being red-carded by referee Batsirai Muchenje two minutes after Matsangaise’s goal.

Black Rhinos coach Jostein Mathuthu also received marching orders for his involvement in the altercation between Mutuma and Gada.

Dynamos will always have an excuse on the defeat after failing to train for even a single day prior to the match.

It was a continuation of an unbeaten run by Rhinos who have never lost in the five matches Mathuthu has been in charge of since taking over from Arthur Tutani last month.

In the early stages of the match, Dynamos looked sharp, unlike a side that never practiced with Mutuma’s effort cleared off the line by Gada eight minutes into the match.

Simba Sithole continued with the Dynamos charge but was selfish as he went for goal at a difficult position, ignoring three well-positioned passing options.

Matsangaidze had a header going off target in Rhinos’ first meaningful attempt at goal on 33 minutes before Dynamos midfielder Tafadzwa Rusike skied an effort a minute before the breather.

Dynamos continued with their serious probing but a nice solitary run by Thomas Magorimbo had the defender’s final shot narrowly miss the right upright post.

Wilson Chakanyuka came close for Rhinos after a defensive lapse by Dynamos.

The defining moment of the afternoon came when Matsangaise’s deflected beat Artwell Mukandi in Dynamos goal.

Weekend to forget ... Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa


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