Foreign based Zimbabweans Round Up

Foreign based Zimbabweans Round Up

Here is this week’s round up of foreign based players in leagues across the globe.

Knowledge Musona (KV Oostende, Belgium)
Knowledge Musona who is struggling to get a starting berth only played the last 7 minutes of the game last weekend as his side scored  last minute goal to earn a 1-1 draw with Sporting Charleroi. With the game headed to a goalless draw, Sporting scored with 3 minutes left on the clock but Oostende equalised on the 4th minute of injury time. KV Oostende still remains on position 3 on the Belgian Pro League.

Costa Nhamoinesu (Sparta Praha, Czech Republic)
Nhamoinesu played the entire match in a very highly physical encounter against defending champions Viktoria Plzeň. Sparta lost 2-1 against 10 men Plzen. The match was highly Physical that it produced 12 yellow cards from both set of teams and also a red card in the 43rd minute for Plzen defender Procházka.

Sparta failed to take advantage of one man advantage conceding 2 goals in the last 20 minutes of the game. Sparta only managed to get a late goal on the stroke of full-time but was sadly not enough to save a point. They however remain on top of the Czech league but just by goal deference against the defending champions.

Marvelous Nakamba (Vitesse, Netherlands)
Marvelous Nakamba was back at his usual best as he put a stellar performance to  propel Vitesse to a 3-0 win over Excelsior. The  young talented star played the entire match and he excelled with both attacking and defensive prowess.

Tinotenda Kadewere (Djuagadens, Sweden)
Tinotenda Kadewere entered as 73rd minute substitute in Djugadens 4-2 win over GIF Sundsvall in their final match of the Swedish Allvenskan. Kadewere replaced hatrick hero Anderson.

Djuargadens is the same club that featured Nyasha Mushekwi in the first half of the season. Mushekwi finished remarkably on position 6.

Mushekwi finished on 12 goals from the 21 games he played. His tally placed him on 3rd spot on the scoring charts with Norrköping striker Emir Kujović finishing the top goal scorer with 21 goals from 29 games.
Archford Gutu (Varnamo, Sweden)
Archford Gutu was substituted at halftime as his team lost their final league game 1-0 against Frej. Värnamo finished at position 10 on the log and will not gain promotion in the Swedish top flight league.
Tendayi Darikwa (Burnley, England)
Darikwa played the entire match as Burnley stretched their unbeaten run in the England Championship. They beat Huddersfield Town 2-1 and moved 2points within reach at the top in their quest to qualify for the English Premier League.
Macauley Bonne (Colchester United, England)
Young Zimbabwean striker Bonne was a 62nd substitute in Colchester United 2-0 loss to Doncaster Rovers.




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