. . . as Darikwa endures bad night
PROSPECTIVE Warriors striker Macauley Bonne continues with his fine form after scoring his 10th goal in 13 games for Ipswich Town in their 4-0 victory over Portsmouth.
Bonne capitalised on a goalkeeping error towards the end of first half.
Town came back ruthless after the break to finish off the match with finishes from Conor Chaplin, Sone Aluko and Wes Burns.
The team’s coach Paul Cook said his team produced their ‘most complete performance of the season’.
He went on to described the Zimbabwean as red-hot.
“We just keep going . . . we’ve got a striker that’s red-hot,” said Cook.
Bonne’s performance saw calls to have him drafted into Warriors set-up continue.
He has since acquired a Zimbabwean passport with efforts to have him feature for the Warriors bearing no fruits.
Bonne once featured for the country in 2014 under Kalisto Pasuwa.
In the same league, defender Tendayi Darikwa had an enduring night after scoring an own-goal in his team’s 2-1 home defeat to MK Dons.
This was the second time in this season he converted into his net.
Also in England, in the Championship, Luton Town striker Admiral Muskwe returned from injury and came in as a first-half substitute in his side’s two-all draw against Derby County.
Jordan Zemura played the entire match for Bournemouth in their 1-0 win over Stoke City to remain top of the English Championship, also on Tuesday.