IT wasn’t pretty, but Cleopas Kapupurika got the job done for Highlanders when he scored the only goal of the match to punish his former paymasters, Dynamos at Barbourfields yesterday.
The 1-0 win is Bosso’s third win of the season to ease pressure on Madinda Ndlovu who had a poor start to the season.
Kapupurika, who joined Bosso in January, capitalised to head home when Simbarashe Chinani failed to deal with a Brain Banda free kick in the 72th minute.
DeMbare’s defensive midfielder Tawanda Chisi gave away a free kick at a dangerous position which allowed Bosso to punish them.
Kapupurika was happy to score his first goal of the season and stressed that he is ‘not sorry’ to score against his former team.
“I want to thank God for the goal, which is my first of the season. But I am not sorry to score against Dynamos, I really wanted to score especially on such a big battle. I am now a Highlanders player and I have to make our fans and everyone involved with the club happy.
“I also want to thank the coaches for giving me the chance to play and also my teammates, we worked as a team to get this result,” said Kapupurika.H-Metro