Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa says their first victory of the season which came yesterday against Bulawayo City brought some relief to the team.

The Glamour Boys were under pressure following the worst start to the season in their top-flight football history after going for seven matches without a win.

The result saw them rising from the bottom of the log to 15th place with six points.

“We are a bit relieved. I am sure it has been long overdue, but we are still in the murky waters,” said Mutasa.

“It wasn’t an easy match, you know coming from these draws and defeats it’s not easy to come out with a victory.

“The good part is that these young stars showed character and confidence despite conceding a penalty in the opening minutes.

“It can probably add confidence, and if we train hard, I think we will get this kind of results.”

City got a penalty in the first minute after a handball in the box, but Ishmael Wadi hit the wood. Dembare then took the lead in the 71st minute through James Marufu, and immediately, the visiting team equalised a minute later through Nhlanhla Ndlovu.

Blessing Moyo secured the win from a free kick just outside the box on 77 minutes after a foul on Marufu.