TRIANGLE coach Kelvin Kaindu has refused to bask in their emphatic 5-2 win over Hwange in their opening PSL match last Sunday at Gibbo Stadium.
It was the biggest win of the opening weekend and Triangle found themselves floating at the top of the league table on a superior goal difference.
Pasca Manhanga, Hardlife Mavundi, Richard Kawondera, Hillary Bakacheza and Lameck Nhamo struck for Triangle while Evans Rusike and Gilbert Zulu were on target for Hwange.
While missing the services of slippery winger Marlvin Gaki who was the star of the Young Warriors against Cameroon on the same day, Triangle were still on fire.
“It is a good start for us and what is crucial now is to build up on this. We have to focus on upcoming games and not let this distract our attention,” Kaindu said.
“We have many big games ahead of us and we have to remain strong. Right now we want to pick as many points as possible so that we quickly avoid relegation.
“We would not want a situation where we would be fighting for life for the better part of our campaign.”
Triangle take on Buffaloes this Saturday.
Saturday: Harare City v Chicken Inn FC (Rufaro), Flame Lily v Whawha (Gwanzura), Chapungu v Dynamos (Ascot), Buffaloes v Triangle (Vengere)
Sunday: Dongo Sawmill v How Mine (Vengere), Caps United vs FC Platinum (NSS), Tsholotsho FC v Highlanders (Barbourfields), Hwange v ZPC Kariba (Colliery)