Dynamos missed numerous chances, including a penalty, to share the spoils with bottom placed side Bulawayo City in a Castle Lager Premier League game at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.
Dynamos looked well on the way as King Nadolo scored his second goal in consecutive weeks after a defensive error just before the hour mark.
Dembare had a chance to finish the game eight minutes from time when referee Brighton Chimene awarded the home side a penalty after Lewis Ncube handled in the penalty area.
Cameroonian Albert Eonde’s spot kick was saved by Bulawayo City goalkeeper Reward Muza much to the disappointment of the fans, who showed their disapproval after the final whistle.
Dynamos regretted the missed chances when Bulawayo City player Vincent Moyo scored in the 88th minute after the Glamour Boys defenders failed to clear a corner.
It was a game where Dynamos should have scored many goals in the first half, giving coach Tonderayi Ndiraya food for thought.
After title rivals Chicken Inn and Manica Diamonds dropped points on Saturday, the game against the relegation contenders had given the Harare giants the chance to open a gap at the top of the logs table.
Dembare squandered the opportunity as the game against Bulawayo City ended 1-1 on Sunday.