dembare players celebrate.jpgDynamos put up a vintage display to demolish Moloudia Club Alger of Algeria 4-1 in a CAF Champions League first round, first leg encounter played at Rufaro Stadium this afternoon.

The match started brightly with both Dynamos and Moloudia Club Alger keen to establish early control of the contest.

The first chance however fell to the Algerians in the 10th minute, but Attafen Bilel failed to beat Washington Arubi in goals for Dynamos when he should have done better from close range.

In the 16th minute Dynamos were awarded a penalty for an infringement in the penalty area and the decision was met with vehement protests by the Algerians.

That did not stop Guthrie Zhokinyu from stepping up to thrust the Glamour Boys into the lead with a well taken penalty.

DeMbare doubled its lead on the stroke of halftime when Rodrick Mutuma did justice to a good build up with a cool finish that proved to be a moment to savour for the young striker.

The Algerians came back to the second half determined to reduce arrears as they exhibited their swift passing game.

On the hour mark Arubi summoned his vast goalkeeping experience to maintain his side’s 2-0 lead when he parried Mokdad Abdumalek’s long range effort for a corner.

As the second half wore on, Dynamos began to dictate the tempo of the game and it came as no surprise when they extended their lead in the 78th minute when the enterprising Denver Mukamba turned his marker before rifling home in sublime fashion to send the Dynamos fans into raptures.

More agony was in store for the visiting Algerian side.

Farai Vimisayi joined in the goal scoring act when he took advantage of some woeful goalkeeping by Zemamouche to hammer the final nail in the Algerians coffin.

Maloudia scored a face-saver, albeit from the penalty spot following Denver Mukamba’s foul 2 minutes from full time.

The goal however did little to lift the spirits of the battered Algerians whose coach, Zakri Nourredine cut a forlorn figure at the end of the match.

Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa was ecstatic after the Glamour Boys commanding display.

“I commend the boys for such a perfect display. I hope we will continue with this fine run when we go to Algeria in 2 weeks’ time,” he said.

Dynamos emphatic victory has put the Glamour Boys on the verge of progressing to the second round of the CAF Champions League and will make the return leg in Algeria in 2 weeks time a bit easy as they carry a comfortable cushion.