Kudakwashe Chikwenje, Sports Reporter
CHAPUNGU coach Thomas Chinya’nanya says his side will shift focus to FC Platinum after his side managed a 0-0 draw against Ngezi at Baobab on Saturday.
After sharing spoils with Ngezi, the Waru Waru said it was a tough game and is grateful with a point taken.
“It was a tough game, very entertaining football. We managed to get a point from a good team, we created so many chances which we could have converted but that’s football.
“We managed to congest the midfield which was a good plan, it worked because we knew the type of formation which they were going to use,” said Chinya’nanya.
However, he admitted that his team is struggling in front of goals.
“Yes we are failing to score but we are going to rectify the problem because it’s still work in progress, we are going to work on that but the good thing is we are creating chances,” he added.
Chapungu will host FC Platinum in their next fixture at Ascot and the coach remains optimistic of finishing in top eight.
“It’s a must win game for us, we have to prepare very well for that game and Platinum are in the race for championship so it’s not going to be easy.
“We need maximum points from this game for us to be assured of top eight,”