Dynamos coach, Lloyd Mutasa, has expressed gratitude at his team’s conversion rate after their 3-1 win over ZPC Kariba at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.
The former premier league champions, who have been struggling to find the net in recent performances, scored their first three goals in a single match earning their first home wins through Emmanuel Mandiranga, Denver Mukamba and Quality Kangadze in the 32nd, 57th and 93rd minutes respectively.
Speaking to members of the media after the match, Mutasa said he was pleased to have registered a convincing win against a usually resolute ZPC Kariba side.
“At least to us in terms of the attack we are happy. We scored three goals against a side that normally doesn’t concede much. I think it’s a good indication that we have played a bit of our part in terms of conversion,” said Mutasa.
Eighth placed Dynamos have now registered 14 points from nine matches as they await a decision on their abandoned match against Highlanders by the Premier Soccer League.
They have registered two wins on the trot after beating Harare City 1-0 away in a midweek encounter.
“It’s still early to talk much about the season but I think these two games can only but enhance the confidence of the youngsters.
“Obviously it’s still work in progress. All areas need to be improved. It hasn’t been a machine throughout the whole match. I think we need to look at all areas, we need to retain possession, we need to take control of the game but today it was more of a 50-50 match and that’s not good enough.
“We would love to play beautiful football with goals in between but if you look at where we are coming from it’s not easy to play well and come out victorious especially when you have been struggling here and there. You would need to get the momentum first and you go to the basics,” said Mutasa.