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Musona, Benyu Expected To Be Fit For Malawi Match

Musona, Benyu Expected To Be Fit For Malawi Match

Warriors midfielder Kundai Benyu said he is still in pain following an injury he sustained during the 1-0 loss to Senegal in the 2021 AFCON Group B opener.

The 24-year-old  struggled with the knock on his tendon and coach Norman Mapeza has to substitute him for Thabani Kamusoko midway in the second half. Said Benyu:

Right now I am in pain but I and the physios are in agreement that it’s not the most serious injury. We’ll try to recover as quickly as possible and see how I am in the next couple of days to hopefully be ready for the Malawi game and so on.

According to The Herald, Mapeza disclosed that Musona complained of some flue-like symptoms at half-time but was eager to play some minutes in the second half.

Mapeza expects both Musona and Benyu to recover well in time for the match against Malawi. He said:

I have been talking to the team doctors yesterday (Monday) and today (yesterday) about the two guys (Musona and Benyu). I was talking to Knowledge (Musona) at half-time.

He felt he had something like flu and was feeling a bit tired but he said he could push for about 20 or so minutes that’s why we kept him in the game.

On the flue-like signs, the doctors said he is fine and Kundai (Benyu) just had a knock-like on his tendon but it’s not something bad so we will see tomorrow (today) how they will be doing when we resume training.

Reflecting on the Warriors’ performance against Senegal, Benyu said they can hold their heads high after giving a proper shift against tournament favourites. Said Benyu:

I thought it went well, we kept them to minimal chances for most of the game and we also had a couple of chances ourselves. We showed that we also are to be taken seriously.

We went toe to toe with one of the tournament favourites and if it wasn’t for a penalty in the last seconds of the game we would’ve taken a point so everyone should hold their heads high and be proud and move on to the next game with the same mentality.

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10 Comments

MaFyt 5 months ago

@DC kkkk mareva apo hama, @Nimrod kkkk ayaya ayaya ayayaaaaaaa pfoooooooooooooooo


DC 5 months ago

Ukaona one sentence yaiswa ma'but' matatu uuum inenge yakadhakwa


MuGrade 2 5 months ago

Kikiki kirikiti ki 😆

General 5 months ago

Hàaa guys uyo musona boe hake bty anofanirwa kugadzirisa in terms of scores not romance bty anosota hake bty mukatiisirawo Kuda mahachi at first 11 yaaaa torovaa chiMalawi icho 4-0


Nimrod 5 months ago

Uyoo mubosso kwete..anekapfungwa dzaRobhengura...

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WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 5 months ago

WHAT I DO NOT UNDERSTAND IS WHY WE WASTE MONEY BY BRINGING PEOPLE FROM ABROAD WHOM WE KNOW WE WILL NOT FIELD. I FEEL THAT PRACTICE MUST STOP.

{ BY THE WAY, WHERE IS DOCTOR STOP IT ? }.

YOURS TRULY
CDE KUFA KWANGU ZVAROVA
{ THE BUSH LAWYER }


MuGrade 2 5 months ago

Last time I checked, selection of e first 11 was done few hours or so before e start match,so how will you know that a certain player you won't field before even e start of e tournament unless your selection is pre-meditated..?? every player in the squad in eligible for selection whether local or foreign based..to you it's a waste of resources to select and not field a foreign based player..to a player ,to make it in e squad is worthy recognition plus it's an addition to his stars n stats,so that he can qualify to play in better leagues n better teams...

Tanaka21 5 months ago

Musona ngarega hake, Dofo chairo wakura


Godaz 5 months ago

Dofo idofo

Brian 5 months ago

Muri vebhora her kana kti zvigure


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