Triangle United coach Taurai Mangwiro has accused Yadah FC of living in a ‘dirty world’ where they still believe in mistreating opponents to win games.
Mangwiro says his team was subjected to 25 minutes of dirty mind games as they were locked out of their dressing room with the home team professing ignorance on the whereabouts of the keys.
“We played well as a team and credit should go to the players, but I am disappointed with the way our hosts treated us,” said Mangwiro.
“I hope that the referee has captured that in his match report. It’s sad that this is the second time that they have mistreated us.
“Last year they did the same to us. We hope that this issue will be addressed as a matter of urgency. When we got in, the rooms were also dirty,” added Mangwiro.
Triangle got off the mark just five minutes into the match when Phineas Bamusi went on a solo run before slotting the ball beyond the reach of Samuel Mafukidze.
Leeroy Mavunga equalised ten minutes into the second from the penalty spot, but Lameck Nhamo restored Triangle’s lead three minutes later.