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Warriors mutiny . . . as players threaten camp boycott

The Warriors’ preparations for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) football campaign could be in jeopardy with some players threatening to boycott the team’s camp in solidarity with fellow players who were omitted by interim coach Norman Mapeza, at the behest of Zifa president Philip Chiyangwa.


Dropped Willard Katsande

Dropped Willard Katsande

Mapeza on Thursday named a provisional 25-man squad for the first match against Liberia at the National Sports Stadium on June 11.

The squad is expected to start camp on Monday.

Mapeza, however, dropped former team captain Willard Katsande, his vice Cuthbert Malajila, and forwards Mathew Rusike and Nyasha Mushekwi, allegedly on the orders of his bosses at Zifa.

Chiyangwa was last week quoted in a local newspaper declaring that the four “mercenaries” would never play for the Warriors as long as he was the Zifa boss.

The quartet stand accused of leading a mutiny that saw the team snubbing a send-off dinner with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa on the eve of the team’s departure for the Afcon finals in Gabon last year.

However, a senior player in the team, who was part of the squad for Gabon, who has been named in Mapeza’s squad, yesterday told NewsDay that they were planning to snub the call, in solidarity with their colleagues.

“It’s crazy to be honest. The captains were speaking on behalf of the whole team, why sacrifice the two only? If it’s their way to intimidate us, that will not work. We are not coming anyway,” said the player on condition of anonymity.

“We know why Nyasha is being treated that way by Zifa. The reason is not football-related at all and we won’t allow our friend to be victimised like that because it can also happen to us. We will support him and even if it means not playing for the Warriors again, so be it.”

When quizzed on why Rusike could have been dropped as well, the player said: “I’m not sure about Mathew, but we will soon find out. This mafia way of running football has to stop. Chiyangwa should have at least respected the players by not going to the newspapers and declaring that so-and-so players would never play for the Warriors under his tenure. He should respect us.”

Of the squad that went to Gabon, only Knowledge Musona, Khama Billiat, Tendai Ndoro, Danny Phiri, Marvelous Nakamba, Evans Rusike, Kudakwashe Mahachi, Teenage Hadebe and Onismor Bhasera survived.

Costa Nhamoinesu and Tino Kadewere have not been playing for their clubs in recent weeks through injuries and were duly sidelined for the Liberia match.

Warriors team manager Wellington Mupandare, who announced the squad, said they had also sidelined Hardlife Zvirekwi because of an injury although the defender has been playing for his club, Caps United, in the Caf Champions League and was part of the team that beat USM Alger of Algeria in the competition this week.

Nhamoinesu yesterday took to social media to show his solidarity with the axed four, posting on his Twitter handle this message: “Keep your heads up boys. We were all in the same bus, same dressing room. Life goes on. Once a Warrior, always a Warrior.”

He accompanied the message with a collage picture of Katsande, Malajila, Mushekwi and Rusike. It was re-tweeted by various Warriors players including Musona and Rusike.

Mupandare said the list announced was not the final squad as they were still courting other players including England-based stars such as Tendai Darikwa, Brendon Galloway and Leeroy Benyu.

Warriors squad

Goalkeepers: Edmore Sibanda (Caps United), Ariel Sibanda (Highlanders), Petros Mhari (FC Platinum)

Defenders: Dennis Dauda (Caps United), Partson Jaure, Qadr Amini (Ngezi Platinum), Onismor Bhasera (SuperSport, SA), Teenage Hadebe (Chicken Inn), Jameson Mukombwe (Black Rhinos), Eric Chipeta (Ajax Cape Town), Sydney Linyama (Black Rhinos)

Midfielders: Thabani Kamusoko (Young Africans, Tanzania), Devon Chafa, Ronald Chitiyo (Caps United), Simon Shoko (FC Platinum), Kudakwashe Mahachi, Danny Phiri (Golden Arrows, SA), Khama Billiat (Mamelodi Sundowns, SA),
Marvellous Nakamba (Vitesse Arnhem, Netherlands), Liberty Chakoroma (Ngezi Platinum), Ovidy Karuru (Amazulu, SA)

Strikers: Tendai Ndoro (Orlando Pirates, SA), Evans Rusike (Maritzburg United, SA), Knowledge Musona (KV Oostende, Belgium), Prince Dube (Highlanders)

Bottom-of-the-table clash at Luveve

COACH Philani Ncube returns to Bulawayo tomorrow with his new club Harare City to face fellow strugglers Bantu Rovers in a league at Luveve Stadium tomorrow, with both sides looking to bounce back from midweek defeats.


The match has a lunchtime kick-off.

City were beaten 1-0 by Dynamos on Thursday night in Ncube’s first game in charge having taken over the reins just 24 hours before the match.

His mandate when he got the job was to restore the club’s season after the disastrous start to the cmapign under Mike Madzivanyika, where the club won just once in 10 games. They are currently occupying a place in the relegation zone.

Ncube, speaking after the Dynamos defeat, said he noticed a lot of potential in his players and immediately declared he will definitely collect maximum point in the next match.

He said he will make changes to the team that played on Thursday.

The Harare side are facing a side also fighting for their lives after an even more disastrous start to the season, having won just two and lost seven of their opening nine matches.

Their last match was a 4-1 defeat to Shabanie Mine.

Soon after the Bantu Rovers/Harare City match, the stadium plays host to the match between Chicken Inn and Shabanie Mine, two teams that will be high on confidence after their midweek victories.

Chicken Inn are buoyed by their routine win over Highlanders, while Shabanie are also not short of confidence having soundly beaten Bantu Rovers in Zvishavane.

Shabanie Mine coach, Takesure Chiragwi reckons his charges are responding positively with each game.

“We are going to win some games. I am very happy; these guys are responding very well. We keep on fighting hard so that we survive relegation. We will see what will happen when we get there (at Luveve),”he said.

Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match day 11 fixtures

Tomorrow: Dynamos v ZPC Kariba (National Sports Stadium), FC Platinum v Highlanders (Mandava), Triangle United v Caps United (Gibbo), Ngezi Platinum v Bulawayo City (Baobab), Chicken Inn v Shabanie Mine (Luveve, 3.30pm), Bantu Rovers v Harare City (Luveve, 1pm), Black Rhinos v Yadah (Morris Depot), Hwange v How Mine (Colliery), Chapungu v Tsholotsho (Ascot)

Mapeza wary of Bosso

FC Platinum has had it relatively easy in the last two league matches, beating Chicken Inn and Yadah, but they are anticipating a difficult match when they host Bulawayo giants Highlanders at Mandava Stadium tomorrow.


Norman Mapeza

Norman Mapeza

The miners’ form is the second best in the league in the last five matches, where they are unbeaten with 11 points from a possible 15, trailing log leaders Ngezi Platinum by three points, but albeit a game in hand.

Their coach, Norman Mapeza, whose side is the only unbeaten in the league this season, is expecting a huge fight from Highlanders, who will be looking to recover from the 1-0 loss they suffered to Chicken Inn in midweek.

“Highlanders is a big club and they will be looking to win, so we will have to work harder and double our efforts and try to get a positive result.

“Football is the same all over, whether you are playing at home or away, for us we are not reading much into their away games.

“They lost on Thursday, so when they come here, they will be really fired up. They are under pressure to get a result. The most important thing is to stay focused and put everything into the game and try to get a positive result,” Mapeza said, while addressing journalists in Zvishavane yesterday.

Highlanders coach, Elroy Akbay is unmoved by their defeat against Chicken Inn and is not pressing any panic buttons ahead of tomorrow’s match.

“I cannot complain about the way we play football, if we play bad, we have to change the system. We will see how we go against FC Platinum,” he said after the Chicken Inn defeat.

FC Platinum have had extra days to rest, after their midweek match against Caps United was postponed, as the latter are involved in the Caf Champions League.

The home side will go into the match as favourites after they collected six points from Highlanders last season in the league.

Still in the Midlands, Chapungu, who are unbeaten in their last four matches, will be looking to keep the momentum when they host winless Tsholotsho in a league match at Ascot tomorrow.

The soldiers had struggled in the early stages of the campaign, but they seem to have turned in the corner having collected six points in their last four matches, a run that has seen them moving out of the relegation zone.

The match looks easy on paper for Chapungu as Tsholotsho, basement on the log standings, are yet to get a win this season, having lost four and drawn their opening 10 matches

Chapungu head coach, Tendai Chikuni is confident that his side can capitalise on his opponent’s poor form to collect their second set of maximum points tomorrow.

“We are playing very good football and the guys are playing according to the way we want them to be playing. We are not yet at the level that I want them, it will is work in progress but im happy,” Chikuni, whose side drew away at ZPC Kariba midweek, said.

“We will be playing at home and with our supporters behind us, so we have a very realistic chance of getting maximum points. It will not be an easy game though, because Tsholotsho are desperate to get their first win.”

Mapeza’s Chosen Ones

FORMER Warriors captain, Willard Katsande and three other senior players, Nyasha Mushekwi, Matthew Rusike and Cuthbert Malajila, have been left out of the provisional squad announced by interim coach Norman Mapeza yesterday, ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers, which begin early next month.


Norman Mapeza

Norman Mapeza

Zimbabwe begin their bid for a fourth appearance at the continental football showpiece with a home date against tricky West Africans, Liberia, at the National Sports Stadium on June 11.

Efforts are still being made to bring in England-born Burnley defender, Tendai Darikwa, into the Warriors fold and hopes are high he could finally feature for Zimbabwe.

Announcing the 25-member squad to go into camp on Monday at the Zifa offices yesterday, Warriors manager, Wellington Mupandare, said this was not the final team, as they were still working on getting other foreign-based players.

“The 25 players that I am going to announce are not the final team. We are still working on the other players, especially from England like Tendai Darikwa, he might still make it,” he said.

Mupandare gave an update on a number of England-based players that Zifa has been courting in the past couple of weeks.

“The person, who is representing me in England, will have a meeting with Darikwa and his father tomorrow (today),” he said.

“I wrote to the club and there is no problem with him. Same with (Brendan) Galloway, his club have no problem with us using him, but he has not been forthcoming because I don’t have his direct number.

“Macauley Bonne is definitely not coming because he had booked his holiday, but I don’t know what he heard about Zimbabwe, because he said he can come to South Africa, play Cosafa and go back to England, he does not want to come here.

“Leeroy Benyu is willing, I had a chat with his father and we are just waiting to clarify a few issues.”

The new technical department, led by Mapeza, retained the core of the team that represented the country at Gabon 2017.

Kaizer Chiefs vice-captain, Katsande, who led the team at the Afcon finals, was the biggest casualty.

It is understood that Katsande, China-based Mushekwi, Rusike and Malajila were axed for leading a mutiny that embarrassed Zifa when they snubbed Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa on the eve of the team’s departure for Gabon in January.

Czech Republic-based Costa Nhamoinesu has also been left out of the team because of an injury, while there is no room for Elisha Muroiwa, Tino Kadewere, Tatenda Mukuruva, Bruce Kangwa and Lawrence Mhlanga.

Khama Billiat has made himself available for the Liberia match, as he continues to nurse a minor injury
The return of Mapeza into the Warriors fold has resurrected the national team careers of former livewire winger, Ovidy Karuru, the forgotten Thabani Kamusoko, FC Platinum’s Partson Jaure as well as Ajax Cape Town defender, Eric Chipeta.

There was a debut call-up for Premier Soccer League surprise package, Black Rhinos defender, James Mukombwe, after a sterling start to the season, as well as FC Platinum midfielder, Simon Shoko.

Champions Caps United contributed the biggest number of players to the preliminary squad with four in goalkeeper, Edmore Sibanda, defender, Dennis Dauda and midfielders, Devon Chafa and Ronald Chitiyo.

Mapeza’s men were thrown into Group G together with the continent’s sixth-ranked side, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo Brazzaville, ranked 17th, and Liberia, on 28, in a qualifying draw conducted in Libreville, Gabon, early this year.

Only group winners and the best three runners-up qualify for the tournament alongside hosts Cameroon.

Warriors squad

Goalkeepers: Edmore Sibanda (Caps United), Ariel Sibanda (Highlanders), Petros Mhari (FC Platinum)

Defenders: Dennis Dauda (Caps United), Partson Jaure, Qadr Amini (Ngezi Platinum), Onismor Bhasera (SuperSport, SA), Teenage Hadebe (Chicken Inn), Jameson Mukombwe (Black Rhinos), Eric Chipeta (Ajax Cape Town), Sydney Linyama (Black Rhinos)

Midfielders: Thabani Kamusoko (Young Africans, Tanzania), Devon Chafa, Ronald Chitiyo (Caps United), Simon Shoko (FC Platinum), Kudakwashe Mahachi, Danny Phiri (Golden Arrows, SA), Khama Billiat (Mamelodi Sundowns, SA), Marvellous Nakamba (Vitesse Arnhem, Netherlands), Liberty Chakoroma (Ngezi Platinum), Ovidy Karuru (Amazulu, SA)

Strikers: Tendai Ndoro (Orlando Pirates, SA), Evans Rusike (Maritzburg United, SA), Knowledge Musona (KV Oostende, Belgium), Prince Dube (Highlanders)

Tsholotsho’s problems continue to mount

Tsholotsho FC . . . . . . (0) 1
Ngezi PLATINUM . . . . . (2) 4

Tsholotsho FC, winless to date in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League were yesterday routed by a supercharged Ngezi Platinum Stars, who pumped in two goals in each half to hand the home team a sixth defeat in 10 matches.

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Tsholotsho replied once through Lucky Nyathi, who has become a Dulivhadzimu favourite with his pace.

The miners meant business from the outset, grabbing their first goal in the ninth minute through Keith Murera.

In the 25th minute, Qadr Amini added to Tsholotsho’s misery with a goal from a set piece involving Partson Jaure.

Donald Teguru converted from the spot just after the break, with Terrence Dzukamanja completing the rout in the 69th minute.

Tsholotsho were on the back foot and with their strategy in shambles, as in the 30th minute, unsettled coach, Farai Tawachera pulled out ineffective, Marlon Mushonga for striker, Nqobile Mpala.

Barely 10 minutes later, Mpala, clearly unfit, was substituted with a hamstring injury.

The teams went for the breather with signs that Tonderai Ndiraya, who could even afford resting players, and his men could score as many goals as they wanted.

Tsholotsho, as has become pattern, missed numerous chances in both halves.

In spite of losing, Tsholotsho’s only goal was a thing of beauty. Nyathi exchanged passes with Canaan Nkomo on the right flank and meandered to the left, before he darted to meet the final pass and thundered a shot past Takabva Mawaya in goals for Ngezi Platinum.

Tawachera, who was demoted to the assistant coach position three weeks ago, but is still in charge until his replacement arrives, conceded his team had played badly.

Yadah demolish Triangle

YADAH . . . . . . .(1) 3
TRIANGLE . . . . . . . 0

YADAH arrested their four-match losing streak in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League with a comfortable win over
10-man Triangle at Morris Depot yesterday.


A horrendous own goal by Guthrie Zhokinyi in the first half, who beat his goalkeeper, Ronald Mudimu, with a headed back pass, set the home side on their way.

Star winger, Leeroy Mavhunga converted from the spot after Johannes Sibanda had been impeded in the box early in the second half.

Mavhunga scored his second goal of the afternoon with a simple tap-in from a cross to ensure his side picked maximum points for the first time in five matches.

Triangle played the last four minutes of the match plus optional time a man down after defender Courage Denias was shown a straight red card for assaulting a Yadah player off the ball.

With the win, Yadah moved to 12 points, while Triangle, who came into yesterday’s match on the back of an unbeaten run of five matches, remained on 11 points.

Chicken Inn continue to haunt Highlanders

CHICKEN INN . . (0) 1

CHICKEN Inn’s dominance over Highlanders continued when they scored with a minute to the final whistle to collect maximum points in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo yesterday.


Chicken Inn skipper, Moses Jackson rose above Highlanders defenders in the 89th minute with a flashing header off an Innocent Mucheneka corner-kick to score the solitary goal that earned the Gamecocks the three points.

“A win is a win. We came here to get a result and got the result,” Chicken Inn coach, Rahman Gumbo said.

“Unfortunately, our minds were not here. We had to make changes at the 11th hour, but the boys turned around and said they were playing for their colleague.”

Chicken Inn defender, Teenage Hadebe had to be withdrawn from the team in the morning following news his mother had died.

“A win against Highlanders is a step in the right direction. It is good for the club, a good result for us to win in Bulawayo,” Gumbo said.

Chicken Inn had last won in Bulawayo when they beat Bantu Rovers in the first game of the season, losing the subsequent four matches in the City of Kings.

Yesterday’s win, which handed Highlanders their second defeat of the season, saw Chicken Inn just go up one rung up the ladder to seventh with 15 points from nine games.

Gumbo was not happy with referee, Hardley Ndazi, whom he felt was not able to protect his player, Passmore Bernard, who was elbowed by Highlanders defender, Peter Muduhwa towards the end of the game.

Chicken Inn started out strongly and Darryl Nyandoro could have scored in the 18th minute, but his volley from inside the penalty box was punched away by Highlanders goalkeeper Ariel Sibanda.

Seven minutes before the break, Highlanders’ Simon Munawa watched his header stray after he was set up by Prince Dube.

Highlanders came close to scoring once again in the 67th minute, but substitute Roderick Mutuma’s effort went off target with only goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze to beat.

Coach, Erol Akbay said a lapse in concentration at the end cost his side, but he was not worried about the loss.

“We played good football and created many chances, but we could not score and if you don’t score, you don’t win matches. It is just the second defeat and we still have a lot of games to play,” he said.

Highlanders remain on 17 points after the defeat, as they head to Mandava for FC Platinum on Sunday.

ZPC Kariba, Chapungu share spoils

ZPC KARIBA . . . . . 0
Chapungu . . . . . . 0

ZPC Kariba and Chapungu shared the spoils after a boring goalless draw in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Nyamhunga Stadium yesterday.


ZPC Kariba coach, Sunday Chidzabwa best summed up the match saying it was a big yawn.

“Except for the clean sheet, and missed penalties, there is nothing to write home about this match. We played badly, it was a bad day in the office,” he said wistfully.

The match started at a slow pace and this was to set the tempo for the rest of the 90 minutes.

A speculative cross in the 15th minute from Blessing Nyamuzihwa, which was on its way out was surprisingly handled in the box by Chapungu captain, Collen Kwaramba and up stepped Talent Chamboko, who missed, with the goalkeeper, Talent Shumba a beaten man.

Another chance fell to new boy, Talent Mandizadza in the 23rd minute, after a good pass from Francisco Zekumbawira, but he shot wide.

Chapungu had their chances, but former ZPC Kariba striker, Tineyi Chitora missed from close range.

Chapungu coach, Tapera Chikuni was happy to come out with point, where big teams like Caps United left empty-handed.

“We played well, according to plan and we came looking for a draw and that’s exactly what we got, three points was going to be a bonus for us,” he said.

“The secret is hard work and it is beginning to pay.”

Barcelona ‘fully support’ Messi after fraud sentence

Football Soccer – Real Madrid v FC Barcelona – Spanish Liga Santander – Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain – 23/4/17 Barcelona’s Lionel Messi celebrates scoring their third goal Reuters / Stringer Livepic

BARCELONA (Reuters) – La Liga club Barcelona have expressed their support for Argentine striker Lionel Messi and his father after the Spanish Supreme Court upheld their prison sentences over tax fraud charges, although neither are expected to go to jail.

Five-time World Player of the Year winner Messi, who has been at Barcelona since the age of 13, was handed a 21-month prison sentence and fined 2 million euros ($2.25 million) for three counts of tax fraud between 2007 and 2009.

“The club reiterates, once again, its full support for Leo Messi, his father Jorge Messi, and his family,” a statement on the club’s official website read. (

“FC Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu contacted the player’s family to communicate this support.

“The family was very grateful, not only for today’s gesture, but also for the support the player and his family have received from the club throughout this process. The club will continue to stand with Leo Messi, his father, and his family.”

Argentine international Messi has scored 506 goals in 582 senior appearances for Barcelona, winning eight league titles and four Champions League trophies.

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Chitembwe hails special performance

CAPS UNITED (Zim) . . . .(1) 2
USM ALGER (Algeria) . . .(0) 1

CAPS United produced a breathtaking performance to shock visiting USM Alger in a Caf Champions League Group B football match at the National Sports Stadium yesterday, a victory that breathed life into the Green Machine’s campaign.


Caps United players mob Ronald Chitiyo after he scored his second goal against Algerian team USM Alger in a Caf Champions League Group B match at the National Sports Stadium in Harare yesterday (Pic: Tafadzwa Ufumeli)

Caps United players mob Ronald Chitiyo after he scored his second goal against Algerian team USM Alger in a Caf Champions League Group B match at the National Sports Stadium in Harare yesterday (Pic: Tafadzwa Ufumeli)

Little Ronald “Rooney” Chitiyo was the star of the show, netting a brace that handed the Zimbabwean champions their first three points of the campaign, following their 2-0 defeat away to Egyptians giants, Zamalek in their group

The midfielder scored two brilliant goals, expertly curling the ball home 16 minutes into the match for the opener, before rolling the ball into the far post for the winner, nine minutes from time after Ayoub Abdellaoui had levelled matters in the 67th minute.

The result saw Caps United moving into second place in Group B with three points, one behind leaders Zamalek, who are top of the pile, following their goalless draw with Libyan side Al Ahly Tripoli.

USM Alger, who started the second round of matches top of the group, dropped to third on the standings with three points, behind Caps United on a head-to-head record, while the Libyans anchor the log with just a point.

Caps United coach, Lloyd Chitembwe was left impressed by the five-star performance from his side, not seen in a long time on these shores by a local club in international competitions.

He felt the win would restore confidence in the team going forward in the competition, with two home matches against Zamalek and Al Ahly Tripoli and two away fixtures in Algiers and Tripoli still to come.

“We were looking for a very good result and I’m happy that we got the result that we wanted,” he said.

“We’re going to take it a game at a time because we know we still have more difficult games coming, but I’m very happy with this result. Today’s result was as a result of determination and desire by the team.”

USM Alger coach, Paul Put acknowledged that their opponents were more clinical than his side, who started slowly, but showed more aggression as soon as they went behind.

“We started the game well and managed to control it in the first minutes, but we wasted a lot of chances,” he said.

“The real difference was the efficiency of Caps United, who managed to score two goals. Caps United have a lot of quality and they gave a really good performance against Zamalek.

“I warned my players, but it seems they did not heed it. In the first half, we left too many spaces for the opponents. We were not really in the game and, like I said, the efficiency of Caps United made the difference.”

Chitembwe had asked for some attacking flair from his side before the match, and that is exactly what he got, as his men responded in style, taking the game to their more fancied opponents from the first whistle.

Their early dominance was rewarded when Chitiyo’s bender from close range curled inside the left post, past Alger keeper, Mohamed Zemmamouche.

It was the returning Tafadzwa “Fire” Rusike, though, who did most of the hard work for the goal, turning his marker brilliantly, before exploiting the space ahead of him to open fire, but his shot was blocked.

The ball fell invitingly for Rooney, who did the rest.

The visitors sought an immediate response, but found the Caps United defence unyielding.

The hosts’ goalkeeper, Edmore Sibanda, was culpable for the goals conceded against Zamalek and he almost gifted Alger a way back into the match when he was somehow beaten to a high ball, but was bailed out by Devon Chafa, who raced to the goal line to clear the danger.

Abbasi Amidu thought he had doubled his side’s advantage when he connected home a Ronald Pfumbidzai cross, but referee Thierry Nkururiziza of Burundi, ruled the effort off for offside.

The Algerians made a strong finish to the first half and could have equalised, but Darfalou’s fierce shot was saved into the upright post by Sibanda, who had hesitated to come and collect the ball.

But after Abdellaoui had equalised just after the hour mark and had appeared to secure a valuable draw for his side, Rooney rose to the occasion, and produced his magic, firing a low shot past the goalkeeper whose attempted save helped the ball into the nets.


Caps United: E Sibanda, J Jangano, D Dauda, H Zvirekwi (K Nyamupfukudza, 75’), R Pfumbidzai, D Chafa, M Muchenje, R Chitiyo, T Rusike, P Bhamusi, A Amidu

USM Alger: M Zemmamouche, M Meftah, F Chafal, A Abdellaoui, T Zeghdane (M Benkhemassa), A Benguit, H Koudri, K Beldjilali, A Meziane, C Andriamahitsinoro, O Darfalou (M Benkablia, 57’)

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