Saturday, October 21, 2017

Matthew Rusike To Lead Club Africain Against Supersport United!

Club Africain manager, Marco Simone has selected Zimbabwe veteran striker,  Matthew Rusike to lead his attack against South African side, Supersport United in CAF Confederations Cup semi-final return leg in Tunisia on Sunday.

The 27-year-old former Jomo Cosmos and Kaizer Chiefs forward is back to Club Africain first team, two weeks after returning back to the club from a two months absent.

Matthew Rusike kick-started his football at Club Africain on a high after joining the Tunisian giants from Swedish side Djugardens IF in January 2017, scoring four goals in 13 appearances before leaving the club in June.

Rusike had established himself as a formidable striker for Club Africain. And Having spent more than 5-years playing in the South African league, Rusike is an obvious choice to head Club Africain's attack in Sunday's crucial encounter.

Club Africain drew 1-1 in their first semi-final first leg encounter against Supersport United in South Africa on 1st October and a win on Sunday will take them to the CAF Confederations Cup finals.


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