The semi finals of the 2017 Chibuku Super Cup were held on Sunday and here are five takeaways from the weekend’s action.
Harare City’s impressive Chibuku record
Harare City reached the finals of the Chibuku Super Cup for the third time after beating Bulawayo City 1-0. They now hold the record of many appearances in the tournament’s final than any other team.
How Mine’s maiden Super Cup final
How mine beat Shabanie Nine 3-1 to reach their first ever Chibuku Super Cup final.
Musharu strikes in 30 seconds
Kuda Musharu scored the fastest goal of the tournament when he headed home to open the scoring, 30 seconds into the game. This happened in the first attack of the game.
Tinashe Makanda scored a brace and created a goal in How Mine’s 3-1 victory over Shabanie Mine. Makanda’s cross resulted in a goal 30 seconds in to the game.
How Mine, Shabanie in four goal thriller
The match between How Mine and Shabanie Mine produced four goals which equaled the highest number of goals scored in a single match in this year’s edition. The other match to produce four goals was between Tsholotsho and Bantu Rovers in the preliminary round.