Sunday, December 2, 2018

Weekend Action Wrap| Check Out How Your Foreign Based Players Perfomed Over The Weekend

Tendayi Darikwa Celebrates win for Nottingham Forest after his two assist, Butholezwe Ncube was Man Of The Match as he scored the only goal in Amazulu win while 21-year old Rinomhota continues to shine for Reading.
 As Zimbabwe Warriors celebrated being nominated for CAF's National Team of the year 2018 award, the good news seemed to have pumped up our foreign based stars to perform above the bar as most of them put out incredible performances for their respective clubs over the weekend.

We can not start without mentioning Butholezwe Ncube's man of the match performance for Amazulu on Friday that saw Usuthu edging Chippa United 0-1 away with the Zimbabwe defensive midfielder scoring the only goal of the match.

The former Tsholotsho FC player who is one of Zimbabwe's most underrated player, has been a cog in Usuthu's midfield this season scoring two goals and as much assists in 8 appearances so far this season.

Ncube has one international cap for the Warriors which he received during Zambia's Four Nations tournament in March.

In France, Tinotenda Kadewere is slowly being integrated into his new team- Le Havre FC as he earned more minutes, coming on for Jamal Thiare in the 81st minutes as they draw 1-1 against AJ Auxerre on Friday to make his third league appearance for the French Ligue 2 side after recovering from a long term injury.

In Wales, Cefn Druids midfielder and Zimbabwe Warriors defender, Alec Mudimu was in action on Friday playing full game as Druids drew 2-all  at home to Bala Town.

On Saturday, German based Kelvin Lunga played 60 minutes for SV Rondinghausen FC as they win 1-0 at home to SV Lippstadt. Rondinghausen are third on the Regionalliga West log table with 33 points from 19 games.

In England, Bradford City's Adam Chicksen played full game plus a goal assist in his team' 2-2 draw away to Peterborough on Saturday.

Nottingham Forest's Tendayi Darikwa put out a solid performance plus two goal assist in his team's 2-0 win at home to Ipswich Town on Saturday in the Championship League match.

Still in England, rising star Andrew Rinomhota is determined for success, the 21-year old midfielder played full game and a man of the match performance as Reading draw 2-2 at home to Stoke City. Rinomhota has now won back to back man of the match awards in his last two games for Reading.

In South Africa, Divine Lunga and Knox Mutizwa played full game for Golden Arrows as they upset Kaizer Chiefs 2-1 on Saturday in the Absa premiership encounter. Teenage Hadebe, Khama Billiat and Willard Katsande all played full game in that encounter.

On Sunday, Marvelous Nakamba returned to league action after a draw away to Borussia Dortmund in the mid week UEFA Champions League action to help Club Brugge win 3-0 over Standard Liege.

Back in South Africa Evans Rusike played 63 minutes for Supersport United as they lost 1-2 at home to Mamelodi Sundowns.






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