Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa said his team will not lose sleep over Christian Epoupa’s sending off in the Battle of Zimbabwe on Sunday, but will rather regroup and make do with the available players.

Epoupa was dismissed in the late stages of the second half after he lost his temper and head butted Peter Muduhwa in an off the ball incidence . He scored the opening goal of the match before his strike was cancelled out by Benson Phiri in the second half.

While talking to the media after the match, Mutasa said they will soldier on without their chief striker Ntouba as they have other options in the team.

“Unfortunately he lost his temper at the end of the day. Such scenarios take some seconds to happen and i did not see much. But the same scenario happened right in the face of the referee but the young man (Benson Phiri) went scot free then you wonder some decisions differ depending with the team,” he said

“These scenarios (of loosing Ntouba) do happen in football but we have registered 30 players and we to move on as institution, we have 29 other players to do duty for us as we wait for the young man to come back and do duty for us.”

The Cameroonian is leading the goal scoring chat with eleven goals. He will miss the second installment of the Harare Derby next Sunday.