Tripple B . . . 0 – Triangle . . . (3)5. TRIPPLE B coach Peter Manoti who had been buoyant of his charges’ chances of surviving relegation has conceded that they have been relegated. This is after they recorded their season’s worst defeat following a 5-0 hammering by visiting Triangle at Dulibadzimu yesterday.
By Mukudzei Chingwere in Beitbridge
Triangle got their goals through midfielder Courage Danius in the 13th minute with Walter Mukanga making it two up in the 29th minute. Veteran striker Limited Chikafa also weighed in with another goal four minutes before the break.
After the breather, Triangle hit the target twice through Misheck Mburayi two minutes after the restart while Pasca Manhanga completed the rout with the fifth goal in the 70th minute.
In Harare, Winstone Antonio reports that former champions Motor Action bade farewell to top flight football after losing 2-0 to Black Rhinos at Motor Action Sports Club yesterday.
A goal in each half by Lot Chiwunga (24), and Brighton Mugoni (75), condemned the Mighty Bulls to the First Division after 13 straight premiership seasons.
With 18 points in 26 matches that only have three wins, a dark cloud hovered at Motor Action Sports Club on a side that were champions three seasons ago and participated in the CAF Confederations Cup last season.
Motor Action coach David George accepted the defeat, adding that they were not going to throw in the towel but continue to fulfill their remaining fixtures. For Rhinos, the result saw them collecting the much-needed maximum points as their fight for survival continued.