Motor Action chief striker Charles Sibanda has promised goals galore when his team meets Dynamos in the- top- of- the- table clash at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
Speaking to NewsDay during the team’s afternoon training session at Rufaro on Thursday, the dreadlocked forward said he wanted to destroy Dynamos’ ambitions for the top accolade while guiding his team to their maiden championship.
“We are looking for maximum points and obviously to get those points we have to score goals,” said Sibanda who has banged 11 goals for his team in the league so far.
“If I get chances I will score goals for the team. We have beaten them before so we want to finish them off once and for all. It’s going to be a tough encounter but as long as the match officials are going to be fair, then we are going to win the match,” added the lanky striker.
The Mighty Bulls won the reverse fixture 2-1 and are currently on top of the log with 58 points, four points ahead of their opponents on Sunday.
Sibanda declared war on Dynamos, claiming that the Harare giants’ defensive pair of Guthrie “Tollgate” Zhokinyi and George “Mavhariro” Magariro is the weakest backline in the Premiership. Their defence is not that strong, and it’s their weakest link,” said Sibanda.
“We are prepared to face them and I don’t think they will cope with our movement upfront.”
However, a look at the Premier League log statistics shows that Dynamos has one of the meanest defense in the league, having conceded 12 goals, only one more than Motor Action who have the best defence in the league at the moment.
Allan Gahadzikwa, who banged the second goal that killed off Dynamos in the reverse fixture on July 25, said he is expecting a tough game but is confident his team will prevail.
“We are not under pressure at all. Dynamos are the ones under pressure because they are playing a catch-up game,” added the Motor Action midfielder who has weighed in with seven goals for his team this season.
“It’s going to be a tough match but we have been through some tougher challenges in the previous weeks when we played teams who are fighting relegation. I expect the team to win the match.”