By ZBC Reporter
Harare giants Dynamos have opened up a six point lead at the apex of Group One after edging Herentals one-nil in a Chibuku Super Cup encounter at the National Sports Stadium this Thursday.
Cameroonian import, Albert Eonde scored the goal that made the difference as the Glamour boys got the better of 10-man Herentals in a closely fought encounter at the National Sports Stadium.
DeMbare are now on 14 points, six points ahead of second placed Yadah who have eight points while Caps United are third with seven.
Harare City and ZPC Kariba have six points having played a game less, but it’s not looking good for Herentals who languish at the bottom of the log with just two points.
Meanwhile, there could be a respite for fans, with the Premier Soccer league working on a plan to allow football supporters into matches.
This was said by Chairman of the Football Medicine Committee Dr Edward Chagonda during ZBCTV’s live football programme, Game Plan this Wednesday.
The way forward is vaccination, the government has said it and we need to embrace it, let’s get vaccinated then we work on a plan to for the fans to be back in the stadia,he said.
In another development, the weekend clash between Ngezi Platinum and Triangle has been postponed owing to Covid-19 issues within the Sugar Boys camp.