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Sweden: On fire Mushekwi grabs second brace

12/05/2015 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
At the top of his game ... Nyasha Mushekwi
 
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WARRIORS striker Nyasha Mushekwi scored another double on Monday to help his Swedish club Djurgardens to a 3-2 win over Atvidaberg.

It was his second brace since he joined at the start of the campaign.

The goals helped him shoot to the top goal scorer’s chart with seven goals in eight matches of the campaign.

Norway striker Jo Inge Berget who plays for Malmo fell into second place on the goal scoring charts with six goals.

Two weeks ago Mushekwi scored a double in Djurgardens' 3-1 win over Falkenberg.

Monday’s win over Atvidaberg has lifted Mushekwi’s club to fourth position on the league table with 16 points from eight matches of the campaign. IFK Goteborg lead the standings with 19 points from the same number of matches.

The 27-year-old striker, on loan to the Swedish side from South African Premiership giants Mamelodi Sundowns, could become the first Zimbabwean to win the Golden Boot Award in that league.

The former Caps United striker had appeared to give up on his career after sustaining a serious injury while on loan at Belgian side KV Oostende on February 15 last year.

He had not kicked a soccer ball since then as he struggled to recover from the injury.

But now everything appears to be falling in place for the Zimbabwean as he settles in the Swedish league.



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