12 August 2017
DYNAMOS right back Peace Makaha had a solid show against Highlanders at Rufaro on Sunday and he believes the whole team did their best.
Makaha stamped his authority on the right on a day Godfrey Mukambi and Phakamani Dube were stretched to the limit.
The tense match ended 1-1 after Benson Phiri cancelled out Ntouba Epoupa’s first half goal.
“We were in control of the game but there was a time we lacked concentration and that’s when we conceded.
“We cannot say we did not play well because we did play well, bhora tatamba nepese patinogona. It is not the result we wanted but at the end of the day we got a point even though we wanted to collect all the maximum points,” said Makaha.
Makaha says they will now be looking ahead and trying to make sure they remain focused.
“We look past this draw and concentrate on other games because we still have a long way to go.
“We need to make sure that we win the remaining games to make our coach and fans proud of us,” he said.
Makaha added that he was not happy with the decisions made, referring to moments he was brought down and no action taken.
The youngster said he was shocked at how “play continued” when a clear foul had been committed.