Triangle United coach Taurayi Mangwiro believes the current Dynamos side is too ordinary and is a mockery of what the institution should be.

Mangwiro said the current team is being driven more by its huge army of fans than the talent.

“No disrespect to our colleagues at Dynamos, but that’s the honest truth. If I were to take some of the players, I think maybe one or two will fit in my Triangle first eleven. People should not fool themselves, and face reality, they were winning because they were facing Harare opposition only. We came and laid bare everything for everyone to see,” said Mangwiro.

“Some of us were bred here at Dynamos, our blood is blue, and it also pains us to see the club in this state. Of course, emotions get the better of us, and we end up saying something, but that’s the honest opinion.”

The Sugar Boys were too good for the home team in the early stages, getting in front in the 6th minute through Kudzai Chigwida before Lameck Nhamo doubled the lead six minutes later.

Dynamos pulled one back courtesy of captain Marshall Machazane’s effort on the stroke of half-time, but could not breach Triangle in the second period which was punctured by stoppages caused by violent fans who were throwing missiles on to the field.

One of the missiles hit second assistant referee Joseph Salani on the ankle and he had to be substituted.