Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
WARRIORS winger Phineas Bamusi says they are on a mission to mend the broken hearts of their fans after thrashing Mauritius 4-0 in the CHAN qualifier away yesterday.
Nqobizita Masuku scored from a Never Tigere free kick to give Zimbabwe the lead before Leeroy Mavhunga doubled the lead after being set up by Richard Hachiro.
Zimbabwe were leading 2-0 at the break.
Tigere and Mavhunga were also on target in the second half to give Zimbabwe a comfortable lead going into the return leg set for Barbourfields this weekend.
“It is a dream came true to represent your country and make them proud at the same time. I hope we continue winning all the way to mend their broken hearts.
“This win means a lot to us. It has doubled our beliefs and confidence
“We played well as a team, our performance was good,” said Bamusi.
Rahman Gumbo took charge of the match assisted by Lloyd Mutasa, after
Sunday Chidzambwa’s resignation early last week.
“The game plan was to go there, keep our head high and at the same
time, avoid giving ourselves pressure.
“We played with our hearts out and enjoyed ourselves and in the process we
got a positive result.
“We cannot wait to play them at home. We want to entertain our fans
and get them another positive result.
“It will be a new game and we won’t have any pressure to score,” he added.