Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa says they are going through difficult times which can happen to any team in the world, but they will bounce back.

Ozias Zibande of Highlanders scored the only of the match on the stroke of half-time leaving the Glamour Boys sitting second from bottom on the log with only one point.

Speaking after the match, Mutasa believes his team lost to Bosso because they failed to create meaningful chances.

“I think we have been in this mess before, that is football,” said Mutasa.

“It’s not only about Dynamos. This happens everywhere even with big teams like Real Madrid. You hit a bad patch but what matters is the character to bounce back and I am sure we have the capacity to do that.

“You cannot win games if you don’t score and the last two games that we played we could not score goals, hence the difference, but we will bounce back.”

Dembare face ZPC Kariba in their next match. Kauya Katuruturu are also struggling, having lost all of their opening matches and are anchoring the table.



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