Dynamos coach Lloyd Chigowe refused to be swayed by the euphoric wave of beating bitter rivals Caps United 2-0 in a Charity Challenge Cup on Sunday.

The gaffer is not laying down the gauntlet after yesterday’s victory and is, instead, sharpening his team so that they compete well in the coming season.

“This was a fantastic win for us, and I am happy for that. But there is also a lot of work that needs to be done. We can’t relax because we beat Caps United. People should not get carried away with this win,” said Chigowe.

“These are the youngsters that are almost new to the team and are certainly eager to impress.”

Dynamos got their goals through Edward Sadomba and Ngandu Mangala to clinch the Passion Events Charity Cup, pocketing $20 000. They had only three players from last season starting in the match – goalkeeper Simbarashe Chinani, Jimmy Tigere and Godfrey Mukambi with Tawanda Macheke coming as a second half substitute.

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