Amakhosikazi yet to drop points

Benhilda Chauruka

7 months ago



Amakhosikazi perpetuated their unbeaten run by thrashing Street Set by nine goals without a reply.

This was a third outing for the season for the high flying ladies. The match took place at Chiefs Village with the home side heading to the match as clear favourites.

From the word go there was a smoke that signaled the fire that was yet to come.

The hosts continued from where they left last week from a 4 nil win and defeated Street Set by 9 nil. Their first three wins have totally showed what they are made of and they are clearly the favourites to progress into the league.

Head Coach Evans Netha was left a marvellous man as he said,  "I am very impressed today with the girls' performance. They were technically good and they played according to instructions that led to this positive result."

Netha added, our fans still have to expect more interesting games and some fantastic football. We don't just play to score goals but we try by all means to create better football, to play better football so that our fans can enjoy, said coach Netha.

He went on to express his gratitude to the fans who came through to watch the game in their numbers.

Last Mlalazi was unstoppable as she scored the first goal of the afternoon followed by Patience Ndlovu who scored two additional goals in succession in a short space of five minutes.

Amakhosikazi were delighted to go for half time leading with four goals to nil after Lauryn Mupasi's shot got the visiting team's goalkeeper diving sideways.

As the encounter resumed after half time, it became a different story in the early stages of ressumptioas Street Set displayed some signs of revenge but their efforts did not seem to pull the right strings for the match.

In actual fact Amakhosikazi further upset the hosted side by adding another goal from Last Mlalazi in the forty nineth minute of the game that made it five goals to nil.

The Evans Netha led side exchanged passes amongst themselves which led to 3 added goals in the second half that came from Nomqhele Donga, Last Mlalazi, Tatenda Mudiwa.

An own goal from the visiting side saw Amakhosikazi bracing victory with a total of nine goals to nil in the third match of the league.

Only time has it all to dispose on whether the Female Ninja Assasins will keep shining or it will be a tale for others to tell.

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