21 September 2018
CAPS United striker John Zhuwawo says he has been doing his best despite a current dry spell in front of goal.
John Zhuwawo, who is CAPS’ leading goal scorer, has not scored in the second half of the season.
“In the second half things haven’t been well for me, I am not supplying goals the way I used to do before.
“I am aware of it and it also worries me as a striker because part of my job is to score. I don’t know how to explain it but I am promising goals.
“It’s not like the (mid-season) break affected my form, in the second half campaign luck was not on my side,” said Zhuwawo.
In the first leg CAPS got most of their goals from Zhuwawo and Simba Nhivi who has since left the club.
Makepekepe have introduced Michelle Katsvairo who is also yet to score his first goal.
“I have been doing my best, just like I was doing in the first half.
“Unfortunately this time around I am failing to score, definitely luck is not on my side,” he said.
Zhuwawo has been on the side-lines following his injury against Nichrut which they won 2-1.
“I am working on my recovery, maybe in the next game after the Chibuku Cup I will be fit enough to play.
“I still want to score more goals to rescue my team, I am targeting ten more goals, in the remaining league games,” he said.
Zhuwawo is trailing ZPC Kariba’s David Temwanjira and Triangle’s Lameck Nhamo who are tied on 11 goals and FC Platinum’s Rodwell Chinyengetere who has 12.
“I am still in the race, not out yet. You will never know what will happen in the remaining games.”
Zhuwawo is missing their next encounter against ZPC Kariba but wishes his team well.
“I know they will make us proud as always and I am 100 percent behind them. I wish them well,” he said.