CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has commended his team’s performance in a 3-0 victory over Hwange at the Colliery on Sunday.
Makepekepe dominated their opponents throughout the match, opening the scoring as early in the second minute through Joel Ngodzo before John Zhuwawu doubled the advantage twenty minutes later.
Ngodzo came back again in the second period, notching home a superb strike on the hour mark.
The speedy duo of Phineas Bamusi and Gabriel Nyoni was a menace coming from the flanks and kept the hosts’ backline busy.
Chitembwe described the performance as a high-class in his post-match presser.
“It was a high-class performance, we were at a different level,” said the coach.
“We showed our supremacy on both technical and tactical ability and everything went according to plan. The boys were very strong mentally and we got what we wanted.”
CAPS United returned to the top of the log following the victory, maintaining a two-point lead.