Bantu Rovers will rue several wasted chances as they shared the spoils in a goalless draw with Hwange at Barbourfields in an exciting Premiership match on Sunday.
Tshintsha Guluva’s captain Danny “Deco” Phiri put up a formidable show in the game but the skipper was unlucky with the goals as he floundered most of
The point picked by Bantu does not help much as they remained rooted at the bottom with six points from 12 matches. They have won once, lost nine times and drawn twice.
For the coalminers, a point on the road saw them move to 18 points from 12 matches, having won five, drawn three and lost four. The coalminers moved
into fifth place displacing inactive Monomotapa.
Bantu head coach, Gift Lunga said his side was only unlucky with the goals.
“I don’t know what to say. We are playing very well but we are only being unlucky when it comes to the goals,” Lunga said.
Chipangano’s caretaker coach, in the absence of Zambian national Tennant Chilumba, Brian Njovu was satisfied with yesterday’s result.
“I am happy with the draw. I am sure will end the season in the top four. I am not going to say much on the championship,” Njovu said.