By ZBC Reporter
Warriors and Azam FC striker Prince Dube continues to shine in Tanzania after scoring a brace in two matches, while France-based Tino Kadewere finally made his competitive debut for Lyon against Bordeaux this Friday evening.
Zimbabweans across the globe continue to make an impact on the different football arenas as they show their brilliance week-in week-out on the field of play.
Former Highlanders and Warriors forward, Prince Dube has been in top form since arriving at his new home Azam FC of Tanzania last month as he has already scored three times for his team thus far.
His first goal came in their pre-season friendly against Kinondoni Municipal Council FC two weeks ago before opening his scoring account in the Tanzanian top-flight league with a brace in Azam’s 2-0 victory against Coastal Union this Friday.
Dube netted his first goal of the day in the 69th minute before nailing their opponents with just a minute to full-time.
Fellow countrymen Never Tigere and Bruce Kangwa also started in the match.
On the other side of the coast, Warriors striker Tino Kadewere finally made his official French Ligue 1 debut for Lyon in their goalless draw with Bordeaux this Friday evening.
The Zimbabwe international came in from the bench in the 73rd minute to replace Dutch winger and Barcelona target, Memphis Depay.
There was nothing much that the 24-year could have done given the circumstances that most of his teammates looked worn out probably because they were just returning from the international break.
It is hoped that Kadewere will continue to work hard and replicate the form he had last season when he turned out for French Ligue 2 side Le Havre in which he ended the campaign with 20 goals from 24 matches.