KNOWLEDGE Musona’s Saudi club, Al Tae, are back in relegation trouble.
The club have now gone for three matches, without a win, a run that has dented their fight against relegation.
They managed one draw, before recording back-to-back defeats, leaving them on 11th position, two points above the relegation zone.
Before this run, the side had bounced back to winning ways and recorded back-to-back wins, giving themselves hopes of survival.
They were from another poor run, which saw them recording four defeats on the trot.
Musona had helped the team turn around their fortunes, when he returned from the African Cup of Nations finals, in Cameroon.
The Zimbabwean posted some man-of-the-match displays, providing two assists, as they won 3-1 over Al-Batin, to end the team’s winless streak.
He was also influential in their next match, a 1-0 win over Al-Ettifaq, before their bubble burst.
Although they still have their destiny in their hands, with six games to play, they have not been consistent.
They are in 11th position, in a 16-team league, with the bottom team, Al-Hazm (14 points), still having mathematical chances of surviving.
They have collected 26 points from 24 matches and trail log leaders, Al Ittihad, by 28 points.
Below them are Al Taawoun (25 points), Al Faisaly (25 points), Al-Etifaq (24 points), Al Batin (22 points) and Al-Hazm (14 points).