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Motor Action are 2010 Champions!

[Posted 19 Dec 2010]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Motor Action players celebrating their PSL title with their trophy in their hands on Sunday

Motor Action Football Club's dreams of many years have finally been realised. The club won the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League title this afternoon, after beating Lengthens 3-1 at the Motor Action Sports Club stadium.

The Mighty Bulls' Sunday victory means that they completed the 2010 season with 66 points, the same number of points as Dynamos who overcame the challenge of Black Mambas at Morris Depot.

The Eric Rosen-owned club had a superior goal difference of plus 4 goals compared more than Dynamos', and were duly crowned champions, and a young celebrity, Robert Mugabe Junior handed over the unbranded PSL trophy to winning captain Salim Milanzi.

Enasio Perezo was the hero of the Mighty Bulls, with two quick first half goals in the 5th and 15th minutes, before Passmore Benard made sure of the victory by scoring a third goal in the 49th minute.

Lengthens had attempted to reduce the arrears early into the first half through Patrick Makuvaza, but his 47th minute strike proved to be just a consolation at the end of the day.

Motor Action's triumph had an exactly contrasting effect on Lengthens, who got relegated.

Dynamos, M Action's closest rivals, beat Black Mambas 1-0 at the Morris Depot. DeMbare lost out on the title by virtue of an inferior goal difference. On the other hand, Mambas, survived relegation despite their loss to Dynamos, because they had a much superior goal difference to Lengthens.  

But the story of the day was about Motor Action, who claimed their first ever PSL crown at the expense of Dynamos. The Mighty Bulls' triumph was befitting justice to a team that toiled hard and led the PSL standings from the beginning to the end of the season.

Welldone to the Mighty Bulls, their coach Joey Antipas and owner Mr.Rosen, for continuing the new tradition in Zimbabwe, where new teams are winning PSL titles. Thats a sign of a healthy competition in the league. 

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