Oscar Rusenga in TRIANGLE
GOALKEEPER Talbert Shumba frustrated Dynamos as the Glamour Boys’ hopes for the league championship suffered another dent at Gibbo yesterday.
It was Shumba’s first match at Triangle and the giant goalkeeper brought his A-game to help his team keep a clean sheet with some smart saves.
DeMbare coach, Genesis Mangombe, was happy with the way his team played and felt the point gained would be important at the end of the season.
“We dominated everything and it shows that the team is responding well, but we need to capitalise on the chances we get.
“It was a good game for us, we should have wrapped it, but it’s a game of football. We created numerous chances and, if we were lucky, we should have scored one or two.
“We still have nine games to play, we must continue doing well, we are still in there and look some teams above us lost points yesterday.”
Triangle assistant coach John Nyikadzino was disappointed with the result as he thought they should have collected maximum points at home after a very good shift.
“Overally I am disappointed, we wanted a win. We got two good chances in the second-half and we should have utilised the chances created.
“We gave Dynamos too much respect in the first 20 minutes of the game and they were in control but after that we responded very well but, unfortunately, we could not score and collect the three points we really wanted.
“We need to make sure that the boys recover so we can face Yadah with players in their best condition.”
Triangle: Talbert Shumba, Jameson Mukombwe, Carlos Musimwa, Robert Kwaramba, Eriya Mafirenyika, Tawanda Karembo, Lucky Ndlela (Joe Nyabinde 46min), Njabulo Ngwenya (Wayne Makuva 67th min), Russel Madamombe (Migos Svinurai 46th min), Wilson Mensah, Never Rauzhi
Dynamos: Prince Tafiremutsa, Emmanuel Ziocha (Donald Mudadi 67th min), Kelvin Moyo, Elvis Moyo, Frank Makarati, Junior Makunike, Emmanuel Jalai, Nyasha Chintuli (Elton Chikona 62nd min), Issa Sadiki, Keith Madera (Emmanuel Paga 62nd min), Tanaka Shandirwa