Here are the five takeaways from Castle Lager Premiership Match-day 30 action played over the weekend.

Machazane’s hand of God
Dynamos skipper Marshall Machazane scored a late controversial goal in 2-1 victory against Black Rhinos on Sunday. The captain used his hands to connect a high cross the Diego Maradona style and the referee failed to notice it.

Amakhosi live to fight another day
Relegation-threatened Bulawayo City beat Highlanders 1-2 to keep their slim hopes of surviving the chop alive. City could have been relegated to Division One if they had lost the game. They are now in the 16th position with 22 points.

Shabanie Mine relegated
Shabanie Mine became the first team to get relegated to Division One after losing 0-1 to Harare City on Sunday.

Chaos reigns at Gibbo
There was chaos at the end of the match between Triangle and Herentals at Gibbo Stadium after the home fans were left disappointed with referee Todd Matenga’s officiating. Matenga showed a straight red card to United player Collins Dhuwa for alleged retaliation. Triangle went on to lose the encounter 0-1.

FCP, a few steps away from glory
FC Platinum took a huge leap towards the Championship glory after they opened a seven-point gap at the top over the weekend. They now need three points in their next game and hope second-placed Ngezi Platinum Stars suffer defeat at the same time.

 

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