Dynamos’ winless streak continued with another draw yesterday, and coach Lloyd Mutasa thinks they could have scored more goals and won the match, but their failure to convert the chances cost them full set of points against Yadah.
The Glamour Boys conceded early when Leeroy Mavhunga struck home in the 5th minute. Kudakwashe Kumwala cancelled out the advantage in the 75th minute following the expulsion of Yadah captain Jimmy Dzingai ten minutes earlier.
Speaking at a post-match press conference, Mutasa said they were not happy with the result.
“We should have come out with three points, but such is the nature of football. We will go back to the drawing board and work on our finishing,” said Mutasa.
“We are not happy, we are still in search of those three points, and I am sure it’s a matter of breaking the duck. Look at the creativity, the chances that came our way and the conversion rate is not directly proportional.”
Meanwhile, the second half was delayed by almost 20 minutes after chaos broke out following clashes between police and fans. The police accidentally discharged a teargas canister, and some fans hit back at them by throwing missiles. The situation soon calmed and the game resumed after a long delay.
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