Zimbabwean striker scores for Rud Gullit's side

MOSCOW, Russia – Zimbabwe international striker Musa Mguni finally scored his first goal in the Russian Premier League as his club Terek Grozny beat Volga 1-0 over the weekend.

It was Grozny’s second win in seven matches since the beginning of the Russian season, allowing them to move into eleventh position on the log standings with eight points.

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Grozny are coached by Dutch legend Ruud Gullit.

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Gangling striker Mguni had made the starting line-up in four matches without finding the target, but on Saturday he rose from the bench to power home the winner 13 minutes from time and ease the pressure on himself and his coach.

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The 28-year-old joined Grozny from Ukraine side Metalurh Donetsk in January.

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Elsewhere midfielder Ovidy Karuru made his first start in two months for French Ligue 2 side Boulogne but he could do little to prevent a 3-1 thrashing at Metz.

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In Belgium, Vusa Nyoni played a full game but his side Germinal Beerschot went down 1-0 to Zulte- Waregem.

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Former Dynamos midfielder Justice Majabvi was not in the line-up as his struggling Austrian top-flight side LASK Linz were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Ried.

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Linz are relegation favourites as the anchor the log standings with a mere three wins in 31 matches.

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Warriors midfielder Majabvi has been consistent with 27 starts to date.