Zimbabwe senior national football team, the Warriors lost one nil to Somalia in a 2022 world cup qualifier first leg encounter in Djibouti this evening.
The warriors will have to overturn the one nil deficit on the host Somalia in the second leg set for the national sport stadium on Tuesday next week
The match which was initially scheduled for Babourfields stadium in Bulawayo on Sunday has been moved to the National Sports Stadium next Tuesday after a request from the Somali Football Federation (SFF) and consultations with the World Football governing body (FIFA).
ZIFA says the Somali Football Federation failed to secure flights to Zimbabwe in time for the initial fixture date which has resulted in the match being moved from Barbourfields to the National Sports Stadium since there is another international match scheduled for Barbourfields on the same day.
The young warriors will host South Africa in an Under 23 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at Babourfields on Tuesday next week.