Here is this week’s round up of foreign based Zimbabweans.
Knowledge Musona (KV Oostende, Belgium)
Knowledge Musona’s KV Oostende slumped to a disappointing 4-1 defeat against OH Leuven in the Belgian Pro League. Musona who started the match failed to live up expectation and was subbed 15 minutes after the break. Oostende remains 4th on the Pro League.
Marvelous Nakamba (Vitesse, Netherlands)
Marvelous Nakamba played the entire match as Vitesse slumped to a shocking 1-0 loss to relegation threatened Willem II.
Silas Songani (SønderjyskE, Denmark)
Songani was an unused substitute as his team SønderjyskE scored a last-minute equalizer to draw against Randers in the Danish SuperLiga.
Quincy Antipas (Hobro, Denmark)
Antipas remained on the bench whilst his team succumbed to a 1 nil loss to Brondby. Hobro are sure relegation candidates as they remain rooted at the bottom of the 12 team Danish log with just 3 matches remaining. Another Zimbabwean at the same team Tanaka Chinyahara couldnt feature even on the substitutes bench.
Tendayi Darikwa (Burnley, England)
The talented England born defender made a surprise appearance on the Bench for Burnley as they beat Bolton Wanders 2-1 to move to the summit of the England Championship. Darikwa remained on the bench the entire match.
Macauley Bonne (Colchester United, England)
The Young Warriors striker Bonne appeared as a 67th minute substitute as his team drew nil all with fellow relegation candidates Shrewsbury Town Colchester United remain rooted at the bottom of League One Standings without a win in their last 8 matches.