By Darlington Gatsi
BULAWAYO giants Highlanders coach, Baltemar Brito, is unfazed by his side’s bluntness in front of goal.
Highlanders have been displaying eye-catching football characterised by well knitted and on point passes.
This arguably has been their anchor to a decent start to this year’s Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season.
Highlanders are unbeaten in their four matches they have played thus far in the season.
In the unbeaten run, Highlanders claimed the scalp of defending champions FC Platinum in Bulawayo.
However impotence in front of goal has been a worry for Highlanders who have scored three goals in four matches scoring a high of two against FC Platinum.
Highlanders failed to score in their last premier league match against Chicken Inn on good Friday and couldn’t breach Dynamos in the Independence match Tuesday.
Addressing the media in Harare Friday Brito said he has the quality to notch up goals.
“We do not see it as a big problem because in football sometimes there are moments when you are capable of defending well and some games to score goals.
“We are not worried about it because we know we have quality in our squad, we know that we have quality in our squad. We are creating chances. It is natural in football,” said Brito.
Stanely Ngala is the only striker to have registered a goal this season after scoring against his former paymasters FC Platinum with Lynoth Chikuhwa chipping in with two assists.
Pressure will be on the strikers to deliver goals for Bosso starting with their encounter against Yadah this weekend.
Highlanders will go into this weekend’s match on a high after clinching the independence trophy when they beat old foes Dynamos.
“Yadah is playing at home and they are a good team so the boost of confidence is good but now we need a boost of reality to understand that there is a game that is coming and we need to collect the points,” said Brito.