Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa says he doesn’t have excuses for his side’s exit from the Chibuku Super Cup at the hands of a minnows Bulawayo City.
Bulawayo City powered by brilliant midfield display of Riansome Pavari supported by Innocent Kutsanzira and marauding forwards Sipho Ndlovu and Ishmael Wadi were too superior for Dynamos in the second half in which they scored twice to erase an early Dembare lead through Christian Epoupa.
Mutasa said they lost the game because they conceded soft goals.
” We lost as a team and I can’t single out that any department was a weak link for us,” he said.
“We just didn’t do well to protect our goal and they managed to come back. Also we conceded soft goals which we could have avoided.”
Dynamos midfield was easily overrun forcing Mutasa to bring in Godfrey Mukambi for Gift Saunyama, Takunda Sadiki for Masimba Mambare and Valentine Ndaba for Denver Mukamba but it never helped at the end.
Dynamos are still to find glory in the Chibuku Super Cup with the closest they got was in 2015 when they lost 2-1 to Harare City in the final. They bowed out in the quarter finals last year while in 2014 they were eliminated in the first round by Black Rhinos.
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