dembare goal 2 21-11-10.jpgMotor Action extended their lead on the summit of the premiership to 2 points after forcing a 1-1 draw against Gunners, while DeMbare set themselves to a toll order, losing 1-0 to Kiglon birds at Rufaro Stadium.


While DeMbare fans were watching helplessly as the Glamour Boys fell to a morale sapping 1-0 defeat, Motor Action were doing enough justice to themselves even in the harshest of environments, forcing a 1-1 draw at a water logged Gwanzura Stadium.


Play proved difficult in the poorly drained Gwanzura pitch, but the Mighty Bulls understood what defeat would mean to their campaign and managed to steady their nerves to post a comeback when Bhekimpilo Ncube headed home in the 50th minute to cancel Gunners’ lead.


Gunners had taken an early lead through Ali Sadiki. Under the circumstances both coaches did not complain believing a draw was fair.


The result turned the remaining 3 fixtures before the premiership ends into tight  dog fight matches, but the real pressure will now shift to the supporters, most of whom have already started resolving to hear results from third parties for fear of watching the sad results unfolding before their own eyes.