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Whatever we touch turns into gold: Zulu

Highlanders’ director of coaching Cosmas ‘Tsano’ Zulu was a delighted man following his team’s 4-2 triumph over Hwange in an exciting Premier Soccer League match played yesterday at the Colliery.

The Bulawayo giants seems to have rediscovered their form recording a second successive victory in under a week.

Over the weekend they edged FC Platinum 1-0 in the Easycall Cup.

An elated Zulu in an interview with the Chronicle acknowledged that their hard work is now paying off and they will be unstoppable.

“When we came in with Amini Soma-Phiri, there were people who doubted our capabilities and even blasted our training set up, but look at the results now; they’re pleasing. Whatever we touch turns into gold. Wait and
see as we go on,” said Zulu.

However Hwange coach Nation Dube attributed their loss to poor refereeing and fatigue.

“Yes we lost, but I’m not happy with (Allen) Basvi’s officiating as he makes questionable decisions each time he officiates a Hwange game. To me Highlanders’ second goal was offside.

I also think these fixtures are not fair to my team as travelling is taking its toll on my boys,” said Dube.

The win took Bosso to 6th position on the log. While Hwange dropped 2 places to number 8.

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