We round up action for our Zimbabwean players playing abroad.
Marvelous Nakamba (Vitesse, Netherlands)
Netherlands-Based Warriors midfielder, Marvelous Nakamba raised the Zimbabwean flag high up as he inspired Vitesse Arnhem to beat AZ Alkmaar 2-nil to win the Dutch Cup final on Sunday in Rotterdam.
Striker Ricky Van Wolfswinkel scored both in a match Nakamba was influential throughout the duration of the game.
Nakamba who had a bright season in the Netherlands will now play in the EUROPA League next season.
Nyasha Mushekwi (Dalian Yifang, China)
Nyasha Mushekwi fired a brace as his side drew 2-2 with Shijiazhuang in an exciting game.
After a brilliant opener by Matheus for the home side Shijiazhung in the 31st minute, Two goals by Mushekwi within 2 minutes in the 40th and 42nd minutes meant his side went into the break with a slim lead.
Adriano was able to find the equalizer with 20 minutes left of play.
Knowledge Musona (KV Oostende, Belguium)
The smiling assasin was back in action as KV Oostende finally remembered how to win, beating Sporting 1 nil to move a place up in the Belgian Championship playoffs.
Lucky Mkosana (Mariehamn, Finland)
Mkosana entered as a 68th minute substitute for Marienhamn as they drew 1-1 with VPS.
Tinashe Chakwana, (Burnley U-18’s, England)
Tinashe Chakwana was once again on the score sheet as Burnley U-18’s drew 4-4 with Shewsbury Town. Chakwana scored the fourth goals and also provided the assist for the Burnley’s first goal.
Kundai Benyu (Aldershot, England)
Kundai Benyu’s loan side Aldershot beat Braintree 2-0 on Saturday afternoon to confirm their place in the Vanarama National League play-offs and relegate the Essex side.
Macauley Bonne (Colchester, England)
Macauley Bonne rose from the bench to score the 3rd goal as his side beat Leyton Orient 3-1 keeping Play-off hopes alive.
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