Triangle head coach Biggie Zuze will be hoping to continue with his side’s fairytale run in the country’s knockout competitions when they engage army side Black Rhinos in the Chibuku Super Cup last eight at Ascot tomorrow.
BY KENNETH NYANGANI
Triangle are currently in the finals of the One Wallet Cup where they are set to lock horns with Dynamos.
Despite being unfortunate in playing all their cup matches away from home, they have registered impressive results.
For progressing into the last eight of the Chibuku Super Cup, they dispatched Hwange 5-3 on penalty shoot-outs after the match had ended 0-0 in regulation time.
They were in a devastating form in their last match when they defeated FC Platinum 2-0 at Gibbo Stadium in their last league encounter.
Zuze told Standardsport that his team was raring to go.
“Obviously, this is going to be a tough match because we all need to progress to the next stage of the tournament. We are having a good run in the Cup competitions because everyone is putting an effort,” he said.
“Another issue is that motivation is high and that is the major thing every player wants. We will fight very hard to beat Rhinos. They are a good side, so we should be at our best.”
Triangle will bank on the likes of strikers Richard Kawondera, Nhamo Lameck and Tatenda Tsuro.
Rhinos will however be no push-overs with coach Jostein Mathuthu appearing inspirational since his mid-season takeover of the technical bench.