10 October 2018
HIGHLANDERS striker Tafadzwa Sibanda believes they must win their next game in their quest for a top four finish.
Highlanders will play their rescheduled match against Shabanie Mine in Zvishavane this Sunday.
“Our next is a must win encounter, since we are playing a basement side.
“We should win to re-boost our confidence and we also cannot go for three games without winning,” he said.
“In our last league game, we drew and this time we are going for the three points, nothing less.
“The game came at the right time for us, it was going to be good for us, if we were going to rest (during the international break),” he added.
Bosso are sixth on the log with 43 points while Shabanie are bottom with 18 points.
Sibanda, who last scored in the battle of Zimbabwe against Dynamos, said he is targeting to score more goals to help his team achieve a top four finish.
He bounced back in their 2-0 defeat to Harare City in the Chibuku Super Cup having missed the game against CAPS United due to injury.
“I am now back for good and I hope I will do better from the Shabanie game going forward.
“I am promising to score more goals, starting from our next game and in the remaining fixtures. It will be goals all the way.
“We are targeting a top four finish and without goals and hard we won’t achieve it,” he said.
He also spoke about their loss to Harare City.
“I am hugely disappointed that we have to be out of the cup in such a manner but there is never a better way to lose.
“So we take the blame, we failed to utilise our chances and we got punished because of that.
“Going forward we are going to make sure that going forward we try and minimise wasting chances. I promise we will bury our chances for good this time around,” he added.