Amakhosikazi fairy tale continues with 36 goals scored, zero conceded

Amakhosikazi staged another dominating performance and cemented their top spot in the Southern Region Division one league by outclassing Western Rangers by eleven goals to nil.
Benhilda Chauruka, Bulawayo Chiefs Media

Bulawayo Chiefs Queens popularly referred to as Amakhosikazi staged another dominating performance and cemented their top spot in the Southern Region Division one league by outclassing Western Rangers by eleven goals to nil.

It was another pleasing Saturday afternoon for the high flying Amakhosikazi as they have scored 36 goals so far and are yet to concede a single goal, extending their clean sheet to six games.

It is an ongoing dream that was set at the beginning of the season by their coach Evans Netha to finish the league without conceding a goal.

The contest kicked off in an orthodox fashion as the first ten minutes were shy of any threatening action.

For those who have a sixth sense, they saw the drama that was to unfold based on those opening ten minutes.

In the eleventh minute Lauryn Mupasi got things underway by finding the opening goal of the afternoon. The goal was a catalyst to the game as Amakhosikazi became red eyed and were eager to find more goals.

Nine minutes later Last Mlalazi made sure that her name was written on the scoring board when she converted from a penalty spot.

The chickens had already come home and began to fry for Western Rangers as Amakhosikazi had now shifted to the sixth gear.

Mupasi managed to get her hand on the honey pot again as she got her second goal of the afternoon in the 25th minute of the game. A goal that gave the visitors a three goal lead cushion.

The visitors’ striker was having an afternoon, she got her hat-trick in the 38th minute after she got at the end of Nothabo Nklabinde’s extra ordinary pass.

Goals were not raining but pouring at Pumula grounds, just at the stroke of half time Rufaro Maphosa registered her name on the scoring sheet. She scored from twelve yards out after Patience Ndlovu was fouled inside the box.

The penalty was the last straw of the first half and Amakhosikazi went into the break with a five goal lead.

The second half was a one way traffic as the visitors showed no mercy on their hosts, Mupasi continued from where she left by adding another goal to her name.

Nomqhele Donga and Patience Ndlovu also had the taste of the back of the net in the dying minutes of the game and saw Amakhosikazi registering an eleven goal margin victory over Rangers.

Amakhosikazi gaffer Netha was satisfied with his team’s performance as he had this to say to the media about their clean sheet as a team in six games “Yes I am happy and we are moving forward with our goal, we do not want to concede. This also motivates the girls too in-terms of limiting mistakes especially the defending part.”

Confidence has vowed to pave way for Amakhosikazi’s bright future for they have successfully achieved the greatest portion of their vision which is to stay focused.

Matchday 7 will see Amakhosikazi having to play infront of their home crowd at Chiefs Village. Only time will tell the outcome of that match.

Until then, the Kunoichi reigns tops.

Results:

Western Rangers 0-11 Amakhosikazi

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