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Kiglon frustrate Dynamos' MA adds a point

[Posted 02 Dec 2010]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Dynamos" title chances were dealt a severe blow when they were shocked 1-0 by Kiglon at Rufaro last

Dynamos suffered yet another defeat at the wrong time of the league campaign, and their fans are beginning to fear that their chances of reclaiming a league title they last won in 2007 are fast faltering.

Little Kiglon, for the second-year running, played spoiler by beating DeMbare 1-0 in a crucial league match at Rufaro stadium last night.

While Dynamos were being humiliated at Rufaro by Kiglon who are as much eager to avoid relegation as the Glamour Boys need every points on offer to gain ground on Motor Action, the Mighty Bulls were being tormented by Gunners across town at Gwanzura.

The Mighty Bulls however, managed to cancel an early goal by Chando Kupisa, and by the end of day, they realised that instead of having dropped two points, they had actually gained one more point over Dynamos.

At Rufaro, the goal which sunk DeMbare, was scored by former CAPS United striker Washington Pakamisa in the 70th minute, and despite Kiglon having been reduced to 10 man in the final minutes of the second half, Dynamos failed to get the much needed equaliser.

Kiglon's goal was fashioned out of a counter attack. Credit must go to speedy winger Martin Vengesayi, who made good use of a through-ball from Devon Chafa following a clearance by impressive Dominic Benati.

From Vengesayi, Pakamisa beat in-form defender Guthrie Zhokinyu whose desperate chasing failed to intimidate Pakamisa from silencing the Dynamos faithfulls in the 70th minute.

At Gwanzura, Motor Action found themselves trailing Gunners 0-1 as early as the 8th minute through a strike, courtesy of an own goal by defender  Themba Ndlovu. Captain Bekhi Ncube rescued a point for the Mighty Bulls in the 51st minute to earn a 1-1 draw.

Gaining a point from Gunners means that Joey Antipas' men have extended the lead by a single more point and at 59 points, they now lead Elvis Chiweshe's Glamour Boys (57 points) by two points.

Every point gained at this stage of the championship race is worth every sweat, and could make a difference come the 30th match of the season.

Kiglon did not merely throw spanners into the works for Dynamos, they did themselves a huge favour by steering away from the relegation zone. 


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