Bulawayo giants, Highlanders were on Wednesday held to a nil all draw by a resolute Harare City in a match played at the National Sports Stadium.
Three days after their clash with Dynamos was abandoned following skirmishes at Babourfields Stadium, Highlanders were left disappointed after failing to capitalize on the numerous chances they created, once again failing to collect maximum points for the second time in a row.
Bosso created plenty of chances through Prince Ncube, Rodrick Mutuma and Ralph Matema but all counted to nothing as they could not find the back of the net, firing blanks all afternoon.
On the other hand, Harare City boasting of the promising star Tatenda Tumba creating one of the chances that could have buried the game in favor of the city fathers but an injury early in the second half forced coach Mike Madzivanyika to lose his prized asset.
In an interview with 263Chat after the match, former Dynamos striker, Rodrick Mutuma, rued his team’s failure to convert chances into goals.
“Lucky was not on our side but we will soldier on and go back to the drawing board and see how we can improve in our next game against Bantu Rovers at the weekend,” said Mutuma.
Harare City’s Martin Vengesai had this to say, “It was good game, we should have won this match but we are happy with a point picked especially after we lost to Ngezi Platinum last weekend.”