Monday, December 17, 2018

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

As we begin a new week, we look back to see how our foreign based stars performed in the weekend that was. Below is a wrap up of all the action that took place from Friday.

On Friday we had three matches in three different countries- namely France, South Africa and Wales featuring our foreign based players.

Tinotenda Kadewere who is representing Zimbabwe in French Ligue 2 also known as the Domino's Ligue was in action for Le Havre A.C playing 87' minutes in their team's 1-1 draw away to GFC Ajaccio in a league encounter. The Warriors forward has now started in two matches for Le Havre in his fifth appearances so far this season with a goal to his name and another in a cup game.

In South Africa we followed Chippa United Vs Polokwane City, but no-one of our players were involved in the action as George Chigova was on the bench and Walter Musona nowhere to be seen as he is believed to be still nursing an injury.

In Wales Alec Mudimu had a disappointing day as he played full game in his team's 1-2 loss at home to Connah's Quay Nomads in the Welsh premier league. Mudimu has so far started in 12 games from 13 appearances so far this season.

On Saturday German based Kelvin Lunga was in action in his team's big win at home to SV19 Straelen. The Zimbabwe attacking midfielder came in the 79' minutes as the team win 6-0 in the regionalliga West encounter.

In South Africa Butholezwe Ncube played full game for Amazulu as they lost 3-1 away to Black Leopards in the Absa premiership match.

In England Macauley Bonne was rested as Leyton Orient rout Beaconsfield Town F.C 4-0 at home in the FA Trophy.

Andrew Rinomhota was in action for Reading in the Championship League playing full game as they drew 1-1 at home to Rotherham United. Rinomhota has since earned a starting place in Reading first team as he made his seventh start in nine appearances ever since he made his professional Championship debut earlier this season.

Still in England, Adam Chicksen also played full game for Bradford City as they convincingly beat Walsall 4-0 at home in the League One encounter played on Saturday.

Back In South Africa, both Evans Rusike and Onismor Bhasera played full match for Kaitano Tembo's Supersport United as they edge Maritzburg United 1-0 in the Absa premiership match. Tembo's boys are on the fifth position on the log with 22 points from 14 matches played so far.

Nyasha Munetsi was back in action for Orlando Pirates in the CAF  Champions league as they draw nil all at home to African Stars in the first leg of the second round of Champions league qualification on Saturday. They will travel to Namibia to play the 2nd leg on the 21st of December.

In Belgium Marvelous Nakamba played 66' minutes as Brugge drew nil all to KV Kortrijk on Saturday. Brugge are 2nd on the log with 35 points from 19 matches played so far this season.

And in another CAF match, this time in the Confederations cup- Khama Billiat and Willard Katsande all played full game as Amakhosi make a good start in the first leg of the second round of Confederations cup qualifier, beating Assm Elgeco Plus of Madagascar 3-0 at home with Billiat providing two assists in the match.

 On Sunday Thabani Kamusoko's Young Africans were on action winning 3-2 at home in the Tanzania top flight league. Young Africans are on top on the log with 44 points from 16 matches they have played so far.

In Belgium, out of favor Knowledge Musona continued to warm the bench at Anderlecht as they lost to Cercle Brugge. However Anderlecht coach was later fired for poor results-(story on this to follow).

In Absa premiership, Elvis Chipezeze and Talent Chawapiwa suffered a 1-2 home defeat to Terrence Dzvukamanja's Bidvest Wits with both Chipezeze and Chawapiwa playing full game for Baroka. Dzvukamanja was introduced in the 77' minutes for Gabadhino Mhango.


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