Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu says he can’t understand why his team is failing to score goals despite dominating possession in most of their games.
Tshilamoya settled for another goalless draw on Sunday against Herentals in a match they could have netted a couple of goals but wasted all the chances that fell on their path.
Speaking after the match, Madinda said: “All the ingredients of football are put together, and at the end of the day there’s no one to eat the food. So, that’s as simple as I can put it.
“Anything else I think you can interpret it how you saw it out there, otherwise my comment will not matter anymore because you can never play football like this and come out without any results.
“That’s beyond us. We’re doing everything we can. The last time I said if you look at all aspects of the game, you find them in our game, the way we construct our passes, the way we get into the box, the way we move around, you get everything,” Ndlovu added.
Highlanders have now gone for five consecutive games without scoring, and their last goal was in the 3-1 defeat to Harare City on Match-day Three.
In all the eight games they played this season, they have only found the back of the net twice.