Lloyd Mutasa says a lack of concentration by his players resulted in Dynamos throwing away a two nil lead to draw 2-2 with Triangle at Gibbo Stadium.
Dynamos were on course for their first win of the season after goals by Quality Kangadze and Emmanuel Mandirange but the home side fought back with Lameck Nhamo pulling one back before Ronald Mudimu converted a penalty to make two all.
Dynamos dominated the first half and could have scored more but were wasteful in front of goal allowing Triangle to claw back into the game in the second half.
“We should have buried the game early in the first half when we dominated and lapses in concentration cost us all three points said Mutasa after the game.
The result means Dynamos have only picked up a point from their first two games of the season and lie in 13th position on the log table.
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