By ZBC Reporter
Former Champions Triangle United winded up their Chibuku Super Cup campaign on a high note after dispatching Whawha 3-1 at Mandava stadium this Sunday.
The match which was effectively a dead rubber after FC Platinum and Ngezi Platinum progressed to the semi-finals saw the two coaches giving young players an opportunity to showcase their talent.
Whawha who salvaged a point in the reverse fixture started on a bright note only to lose steam after the half hour mark after School boy Kenneth Mujaya scored a brace in two minutes for Triangle.
Coach Luke Petros Jukulile made three substitutions and the move paid dividends as Whawha pulled one back from a dead ball situation courtesy of his son Tafadzwa Jukulile.
However, Gerald Bero sealed Chekera Pasi’s fate with a third goal for Triangle.
Triangle assistant coach Tafadzwa Mashiri congratulated his charges for a job well done while Whawha’s Luke Petros Jukulile lauded his boys for their competitive spirit despite being a tough group.
The result saw Triangle United ending the campaign in third position with six points while Whawha anchor the log standings with just a point.
FC Platinum progressed to the quarter finals as group winners alongside second placed Ngezi Platinum.