19 November 2018
RELEGATED Bulawayo City handed CAPS United their heaviest defeat of the season thumping them 4-1 at Babourfields on Saturday.
City coach Bekithemba Ndlovu gave credit to his players for the result which will see them packing their bags to Division One in style.
A brace by Lucky Nyathi and goals by Divine Mhindirira and Sipho Ndlovu secured City’s victory over Makepekepe
Despite facing relegation, Ndlovu said he was happy with his charges performance.
“We played very well against one of the biggest teams in the country which has a good coach and players.
“All the credit goes to the players because they have done us proud despite our current state,” he said.
Ndlovu also mentioned that he was pleased with the positive attitude that the boys had before and after the game.
“The boys’ performance has also showed that we have a good team as well as good players. I think the win is good for them because they had the chance to show what they can really do. Everyone has been putting effort during training and matches.
“To add on, I think they also had the right attitude by showing that they can play football at any time. The team have been working hard and since joining the club during the mid-season, we have four wins and two draws and for me that is an accomplishment,” said Ndlovu.
Lloyd Chitembwe’s men got their consolation goal through Kelvin Ndebele.