Blessing Malinganiza, Sports Reporter
TRIANGLE coach Taurai Mangwiro has refused to be cry baby but feels they were robbed in their 1-0 loss to Chapungu at home.
Chapungu is reported to have scored from an offside position through in-form forward Ian Nyoni.
Nyoni scored in the 64th minute to help his side bounce back after a 1-0 home defeat to Harare City.
“I am not a cry baby, everyone including Chapungu players saw what happened,” said Mangwiro.
“But if someone (referee) says that’s not an offside then we revise the way in which we tell the players to apply these laws of the game.
“Because all I thought was he was waiting for these guys to get the opportunity, which he did and scored. It’s not even something debatable.
“I have seen this guy (referee) doing it several times we have played here (Gibbo) but I am not a cry baby, its fine. Congratulations to Chapungu, we live to fight another day,” he said.
This was Mangwiro first defeat at home and second this Premiership campaign.
The Sugar Sugar Boys remained on seven points.
“Tough luck, first defeat of the season at home.
“It was a very involving game, I thought it was poised until they scored and somehow we just couldn’t click and get the much needed equaliser.”