Tinotenda Kadewere’s club Djurgården, based in Stolkholm, Sweden could not help but sing praise for their striker who put on a typical show to help the Warriors claim a record Sixth COSAFA title with a 4-2 win over Zambia at Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane.

Kadewere scored two goals in regulated time including a last minute equaliser which forced the match into extra time. Billiat turned on the heat in extra time by scoring two securing the title for the Warriors.

Djugardens could not help it but credit the player who left a mark back in Sweden as he currently leads the Allsvenskan top scorers charts.

With the Swedish Allsvenskan still on the World Cup break, Kadewere who has eight goals after 11 round of matches leads the Swedish football premiership to top the scorers’ chart.

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