By ZBC Reporter
Zimbabweans across the globe continue to shine for their respective clubs as the world of football slowly returns to normalcy with the COVID-19 situation getting better with each passing day.
Despite the mixed fortunes in terms of results on the field of play, Zimbabwean nationals were at their usual best over the weekend.
Striker Macauley Bonne made the best possible start when he scored on his debut for his new club, Queens Park Rangers after coming off the bench to level matters against Sheffield Wednesday in the English Championship.
Prince Dube is proving to be unstoppable in the Tanzanian top-flight, having scored a brace before creating another as Azam beat Kagera Sugar 4-2 at Azam Complex Stadium this Sunday.
Mgadafi as Dube is affectionately known has scored 5 times with two assists in 5 matches.
Elsewhere, Warriors defensive linkman Marvelous Nakamba had a descent outing after coming on as a substitute for Aston Villa when the Claret and Blue demolished champions Liverpool 7-2 at Villa Park.
The Zimbabwean international replaced Douglas Luiz after 80s minute and almost added the eighth in the dying minutes but his effort was saved.
In the French League, Tino Kadewere made it into the starting 11 for Lyon as they drew 1-all with Marseille, while Marshal Munetsi returned to action in Reims 2-all stalemate with Rennes
Warriors skipper, Knowledge Musona was at the receiving end when his side KAS Eupen lost 2-1 to Cercle Brugge in the Belgian league.
Warriors hopeful, Andy Rinomhota played the entire 90 minutes as his Reading side edged Watford 1-nil in the English Championship on a day Teenage Hadebe started on the bench as Yeni Malatyaspor beat Antalyaspor 1-nil in the Turkish Super Lig.