However, the visitors threatened with some dangerous rounds. David Temwanjira terrorized the Dynamos defense with his speed and aggression. He thought he had the ball in the back of the nets in 18 minutes, but Dynamos goalkeeper Simbarashe Chinani reacted quickly to get the ball out of line.
Mukamba had been able to add his name to the scoreboard at 27 minutes and release a stunning free kick at the edge of the area where Mawaya was suffering.
Three minutes later Tawanda broke Nyamandwe, but Chinani reacted quickly to thwart his attempt.
The crowd was on its feet 38 minutes into the match, as Munyaradzi Kunyarimwe found a rush out!
ZPC Kariba forced four consecutive corner kicks as they searched for goal. Dynamos, however, remained resolute in the defense.
Dynamos trainer Lloyd Mutasa was pleased to achieve maximum points. "It's our first victory in four attempts in the second half and I'm happy, it's a moral booster for the team in the future, it was my birthday last week and today is the birthday of team manager Richard Chihoro. to ask more of the boys, "Mutasa said.
ZPC Kariba coach Godfrey Tamirepi said his team lost the concentration. "We had the first 25 minutes of control and created opportunities, but I thought we were too slow in our movement and in the second half we lost concentration, we were under pressure to win this, but in the end we won the best team. have been good travelers, but today we were just unhappy and we have to go further. "
Dynamos: S Chinani, P Makaha, O Mushure, M Machazane, G Mukambi, B Moyo, G Saunyama, B Amidu (J Tigere 73), Q Kangadzi (T Macheke 58 & # 39;), E Mandiranga (P Mutasa 83 & # 39;), D Mukamba
ZPC Kariba: T Mawaya, B Mutukure, M Kunyarimwe, I Nekati, S Appiah, Tawanda Munyanduri, (F Zekumbawire 69 & # 39;), D Chakupe (T Chamboko 60), M Demera, B Zuberi, T Nyamandwe (S Makawa 81 & # 39;), D Temwanjira