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Late collapse costs Tafic dear

# Machimenyenga ‘the better team’ in 5-1 defeat to BDF XI


Despite the unflattering 5-1 scoreline, newly appointed Tafic coach Stanley Mwaanga insists his side were the better team in their BTC Premier League encounter with BDF XI in Molepolole on Saturday.

Having equalized from the spot in the 75th minute thanks to a coolly taken Botshelo Mafoko penalty, Tafic looked set to push for the winner their dominance deserved.

However, a crazy finale saw the Army Boys score four times in the last 12 minutes to send the Francistowners home empty-handed.

The result leaves Tafic precariously placed as one of four teams on 11 points, with only goal dif...

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