COSAFA Cup 2024: Zimbabwe continue great mark

Zimbabwe national football team registered their second successive win of the 2024 COSAFA Cup with a 2-0 win over rivals Zambia.

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  • Zimbabwe 2-0 Zambia (Michael Tapera 8′ ; Takunda Benzura 43′)

PRETORIA – Zimbabwe national football team registered their second successive win of the 2024 COSAFA Cup with a 2-0 win over rivals Zambia on Sunday were reduced to ten men after red card.

Goals from man of the moment Michael Tapera and Takunda Benhura were enough for the Warriors to dismantle Chipolopolo and move to six points in Group B of the Hollywoodbets COSAFA Cup tourney.

Comoros who lost to Zimbabwe in their first match are now second in the group with three points after posting a win over guest team Kenya while Zambia anchor the group after two losses so far.

Zimbabwe striker Michael Tapera celebrates after scoring a goal against Comoros in the COSAFA Cup 2024 match on Thursday 27th June 2024.
FILE PHOTO: Zimbabwe striker Michael Tapera celebrates after scoring a goal against Comoros in the COSAFA Cup 2024 match on Thursday 27th June 2024.

Richard Hachiro was voted the Player of the Match after a stellar performance.

British born players were once again relegated to the bench by Warriors interim coach Jairos Tapera as debate of their omission continues in the streets.

The players include Brentford keeper Marley Tavaziva and Shane Maroodza of Huddersfield.

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