Tedious Manyepo Sports Reporter
AFTER winning two games on the trot on two different fronts, having endured over two months without tasting victory, there is a general feeling that Black Rhinos might have turned a corner. But club secretary-general Camble Sithole says they will not be fooled by their last two results.
“It feels great to have finally tasted a league victory and it is even more encouraging when that win comes after another victory in a cup match. We had endured a lengthy period without winning matches. We even dropped from being among the leading league contenders to a dangerous position in which we were starting to feel uncomfortable. So, to bounce back in this manner, is very encouraging. But, we need not get ahead of ourselves. We don’t have to exert pressure on ourselves at this crucial moment of the race,” said Sithole.
“Tomorrow (today) we are playing How Mine and we should win that match, so we don’t have to behave as if we have already won it. They are tough and looking at their position on the log, it shows, they are one of the best teams in the league. We are taking each game as it comes and we will see where we will be at the end of the marathon,” he said.
Striker Lot Chiunga, who last season suffered a career-threatening injury, has suddenly rediscovered his goal scoring touch after his brace downed Hwange in midweek.