Dynamos head coach Lloyd Mutasa was disappointed after drawing against Hwange at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday but remains hopeful of securing a top four finish.
It remains the only real goal left for Dynamos who are set to end the season without any silverware.
Hwange hardly trained the whole after players went on a strike demanding outstanding payments. Hwange players at one point threatened not to fulfil the fixture and just managed to travel to Harare at the last minute.
However they put on a decent display to hold a struggling Dynamos side. Oscar Lungu equalised after Takunda Sadiki had given Dembare the lead.
The match was watched by a poor crowd by Dynamos’ standards something acknowledged by Mutasa.
“The fans are not happy, I guess they decided to stay away as results have not been good said Mutasa .
“What we want is a strong finish we want to be in the top four and we will see how things go.
Hwange coach Mbele Njekwa was pleased with the result and said their game plan worked.”We go a point away from home our game plan worked well and I am happy he said.
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