Pressure continues to mount on Dynamos head coach Lloyd Mutasa who saw his side crash to a 1-nil defeat at the hands of Harare City at Rufaro Stadium.

On a day Dynamos faithfuls were giving their team the benefit of the doubt following a 3-nil loss to Highlanders and a nil-all draw at home to Chapungu in midweek action, things went terribly wrong for the Glamour Boys.

Missing the services of Peace Makaha who was out with a shin injury and Kingstone Nkhatha who was unavailable owing to an ankle strain, the Glamour Boys were off to a sluggish start with Ishmael Wadi threatening.

Wadi was moments later rewarded for his exuberance in the attacking third after turning his markers before firing home into the bottom right hand corner to give the hosts a 1-nil lead in the  9th minute.

Dynamos sought to respond but Quality Kangadzi could not level matters for DeMbare.

Kangadzi was again in the thick of the action with a scissors kick just off the mark.

Dynamos had the opportunity to grab an equaliser on the brink of half time but a brilliant pin point pass by Denver Mukamba could not find any takers as the contest went to half time with Harare City leading 1-nil.

DeMbare came close in the 67th minute but Blessing Moyo’s free-kick was kept out by Ryan Harrison who produced a top drawer double save.

The Glamour Boys tried all they could to salvage a point on a day that was clearly not theirs with substitute William Manondo spurning a chance to kill of the game right at the death as the Sunshine Boys held on for a 1-nil win.

In other encounters Black Rhinos hammered Mutare City Rovers 7-nil at the National Sports Stadium as Chapungu and Nichrut played out a 1-all draw at Ascot while Triangle edged Bulawayo Chiefs 1-nil.