Tinotenda Kadewere returned to the scoresheet last night in Le Havre’s 2-2 draw against Metz.
The striker had last hit the back of the net in January and yesterday’s goal took his tally to five in all competitions since returning from an injury in November which had ruled him out of the opening part of the campaign.
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Kadewere scored Havre’s second goal from the spot a minute after the hour. However, his team failed to hold on, and they gave away the lead in the last moments of the game to finish it in a draw.
The 23-year-old did not finish the match as he was subbed off in the 88th minute to make way for fellow African player Jamal Thiaré of Senegal.