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Sunday, June 21, 2015

Zimbabwe Men's National Soccer Team News

June 21, 2015 - Evans Rusike & Marshal Mudehwe score in win over Comoros
Zimbabwe beat Comoros 2-0 in a CHAN qualifier first leg match played at Rufaro Stadium. Goals from Evans Rusike and Marshal Mudehwe gave Zimbabwe the win.... With ten minutes on the clock Zimbabwe were leading courtesy of a well taken goal by Evans Rusike. The Hwange man beat two defenders surged into the box before unleashing a shot that beat the diving Comoros keeper.... In the 90th minute the Warriors finally broke through when Marshall Mudehwe scored from a move involving Kadwere and Ronald Chitiyo. The goal was just what the team needed after coming so close a number of times through the match." - Soccer24

June 13, 2015 - Cuthbert Malajila & Khama Billiat score in win over Malawi
"Khama Billiat scored a wonderful strike in the dying minutes to help Zimbabwe to register a 2-1 away win against Malawi in the 2017 Afcon Group L match at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on Saturday. The Warriors started the game the better of the two sides and it didn’t come as a surprise when they took the lead through Cuthbert Malajila in the 23rd minute. The Mamelodi Sundowns striker capitalising on some poor defending from the Malawian defence. The Zimbabwean lead lasted just few seconds as John Banda equalised for the Flames with a powerful shot." - The Citizen

May 19, 2015 - Talent Chawapiwa scores in win over Seychelles
"Zimbabwe won their second match of the Cosafa Cup group stages on Tuesday afternoon, beating Seychelles 1-0 at Moruleng Stadium. The only goal of the game came on 53 minutes from the aptly-named Talent Chawapiwa as the Warriors took control of Group A, having beaten Mauritius in the first game." - Kickoff

May 17, 2015 - Carlos Rusere & Ronald Chitiyo score in win over Mauritius
"Zimbabwe moved to the top of their Cosafa Cup Group A after a 2-0 victory over Mauritius in their regional football tournament opener at the Moruleng Stadium yesterday.... In the end goals from Carlos Rusere and Ronald Chitiyo in either half were enough to see them home, and they should have had a third when Talent Chawapiwa’s shot appeared to cross the line before it was cleared, but the match officials disagreed.... Zimbabwe led on 28 minutes when Rusere latched onto the loose ball and thundered home the opener. It was 2-0 midway through the second period when impressive Chitiyo saw his effort deflect passed the unlucky Jean-Louis." - News Day

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