Report: Chicken Inn beat CAPS United but violence takes center stage

Report: Chicken Inn beat CAPS United but violence takes center stage

Chicken Inn have booked their place in the Netone Easycall Cup final with a 3-0 win over CAPS United at Barbourfields Stadium.

Chicken Inn’s great display though was overshadowed after the match was stopped a number of times due to CAPS United fans throwing missiles after decisions had not gone their way.

Clemence Matawu gave Chicken Inn a great start scoring as soon as the second minute of the game to put his side in front.

Chicken Inn then added a second in the 23rd minute through a well taken goal by Tafadzwa Kutinyu .

Halftime came with Gamecocks firmly in control of the game.

CAPS United started the half well attacking and looking to get back into the game.But before they could make it count Chicken Inn added a third goal through Mitchell Katsaviro to seal the win.

Frustrated by the refs decisions missiles were being thrown from time to time but things got more ugly when Tony was brought down in the box and the referee waived play on.

The decision seemed to be the final straw for CAPS United fans who hurled more missiles leading to over ten minute’s stoppage.

With the police force present struggling to cope when play eventually resumed more missiles continued to be thrown leading to more stoppage of play.

Things got even worse when a fan invaded the pitch and was chased by Chicken Inn players included goalkeeper Elvis Chipezee as the chaos continued.

Despite not playing the full added 11 minutes the referee decided to eventually end the match on a sad not.




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