Foreign based Zimbabweans Round Up

Foreign based Zimbabweans Round Up

Here is this week’s round up of foreign based Zimbabweans.

Knowledge Musona (KV Oostende, Belgium)
Knowledge Musona played only the first half as his side slumped to a narrow 1-0 loss against Club Brugge. Musona was dully subbed at Halftime following what appeared to be a defensive tactic after a KV Oostende defender was shown a red card late in the first half. Oostende also slipped to second position in the Belgian Pro League.

Marvelous Nakamba (Vitesse, Netherlands)

Nakamba was in scintillating form as his team thrashed PEC Zwolle 5-1. Nakamba who was last weekend named Dutch Premier League player of the week continued from were he left off putting an exquisite show in the middle of the park. Vitesse climbed to 5th position on the latest standings.

Matthew Rusike (Halmstad, Sweden)
It was all gloom for Matthew Rusike as his team slumped to a routine 1-0 loss against second placed AIK in the Swedish Allsvenskan to confirm relegation. With two games remaining Halmastad cannot gunner enough points to secure spot in the top flight league as they will be relegated in the lower ranks.

Archford Gutu (Värnamo, Sweden)

Archford Gutu who plays in the 1st Division of the Swedish league featured the entire match as his team beat Utsikten 3-2.

Silas Songani (SønderjyskE, Denmark)
Songani was an unused sub while his team beat OB 2-1.

Tanaka Chinyahara (Hobro, Denmark)
Unknown youngster Chinyazara who plays in Denmark appeared as a 66th minute substitute in a 3-1 loss to København. Hobro which is also home to fellow compatriots Quincy Antipas and Ronald Pfumbidzayi lie at the bottom of a 12 team table with 12 games played.

Tendayi Darikwa (Burnley, England)

Talented defender Darikwa played the whole match as his side beat Bolton Wanderers 2-0 to move to 5th position in the English Championship. Darikwa displayed both attacking and defensive prowess at right back position. The player is yet to feature for the Warriors but with a chance of making an appearance for the Zim National team.

Macauley Bonne (Colchester United, England)
The youngster watched from the bench as his side got a whooping, losing 5-0 against Wigan Athletic



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