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Date: 16 December 2018

  Zimbabwean - Soccer

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Mighty Bulls charge past Rovers

[Posted 03 Oct 2010]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Motor Action bounce back in style to beat Bantu 5-0

Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League log leaders Motor Action were on fire on Saturday and beat visiting Bantu Rovers into submission in a league match at Motor Action Sports Club. The match ended 5-0 in favour of the home team.

The massacre of the Tshintsha Guluva team by the Mighty Bulls was led by two premiership players on top of their game at the moment. Hattrick hero Allan Gahadzikwa and two-goal hero Charles Sibanda showed why they are regarded as potential 2010 Footballer of the Season winners in Zimbabwe.  

Sibanda opened the floodgates for Mighty Bulls when he headed in a beautiful cross from William Kupera on the left wing in the 21st minute. 

Gahadzikwa added a second goal for the home team in the 23rd minute, again from a superbly-whipped in cross by Mupera. There were signs of floodgates opening with the manner in which the Bulawayo-based visitors capitulated to the onslaught from Joey Antipas' men.

By the turn of half an hour, Gahadzikwa had made it 3-0 for Mighty Bulls from a good delivery into the box by Isaac Masame.

The on-fire midfielder, Gahadzikwa, completed his hattrick in the 78th minute from a hotly disputed penalty kick.

Elvis Moyo had been adjudged to have handled in the box, resulting in Gahadzikwa,oozing with confidence on the afternoon, beating the keeper well to increase his team's tally to 4-0 on the afternoon.

Bantu Rovers were reduced to 10-men shortly after the goal when Dumisani Ndlovu was sent off for using foul language against the referee Christopher Manuel.

Charles Sibanda scored Mighty Bulls' 5th goal from another penalty awarded by Manuel a few minutes before end of the match.

Motor Action have increased the gap between themselves and their nearest rivals at the top, Dynamos, to 8 points, but Dynamos still have three games in hand.

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