By Tatenda Kunaka
Harare City… (1) 1
Stubborn Harare City beat high-riding Shabanie Mine 1-0 in a Premiership match at Gwanzura on Saturday.
The City fathers got the solitary strike that made the difference through a header by Clabet Muvuti, seconds before the referee blew the whistle to end the half time.
Leading premiership top goal scorer Nelson Mazivisa failed to add a goal to his tally after his penalty was saved by Harare City goalkeeper Nomore Jones.
Shabanie striker Pevington Zimunya rounded off his maker in the box and his cross was handled by Harare defender, and the referee did not hesitate to point on the penalty spot.
The game had started on a low tempo with both teams playing kick and rush football.
It was after 13 minutes when the game came into life when Harare City gangling striker Godfrey Nyamadzawo watched in disbelief as his goal-bound shot was blocked.
Harare City went to dominate both halves of the game but could not add their goal tally.