FC Platinum stand in coach Lizwe Sweswe expressed delight after seeing his charges narrowly beat Bulawayo Chiefs to go just two points behind log leaders Ngezi Platinum.
New Cameroonian striker Albert Eonde scored himself high after his first goal for the club made all the difference.
The big striker, who made a rare start scored the solitary goal in the first half tapping Edwin Madhanhanga’s cross.
In an Interview with the Chronicle coach Sweswe praised the youngster exploits delighted to coming back with a win.
“I am happy that we managed to collect maximum points, we had wanted to have won all our matches so far but getting draw away to Caps United is not a bad result.
“I am also very happy for Albert, he is a good striker and scoring a goal will obviously give him the needed confidence going forward.
“Everyone in the team is doing very well and we just want to continue doing well because our target remains the same that we want to be the champions again this season.
“But with three wins and a draw in four matches we are on the right track, that others have won all their matches is nothing to worry about because we are yet to play against them,” said Sweswe.
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