Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe saw some good performances from his side in the Harare Derby on Sunday.

The Green Machine played to a 1-1 draw against city rivals Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium.

The match had so much intensity with both teams taking chances to dominate. Joel Ngodzo broke the deadlock on the 45th minute but the Glamour Boys responded quickly with an equaliser in the added time through new signing Simba Nhivi.

“I thought it was a very good game, especially for those that were watching,” said Chitembwe in his post match presser.

“Congratulations to both sets of players, I thought they really applied themselves. They gave the fans what they always want.

“The hunger was there. It meant so much for them and from that perspective I am very happy.

“I thought my team gave a very good performance. Our build-ups in the first half were precise and our ball retention was very good.

“A lot of things about our game today were very good save for the fact that we could not get a winner.”