Grace Chingoma Senior Sports Reporter
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OCEAN MUSHURE is currently the best footballer in the domestic Premiership, by a country mile, and in every game for a Dynamos side he is leading with distinction, both as a captain and a goal-scoring hero, he appears to be on a mission to convert those who argue otherwise.
Since being handed the captaincy at DeMbare, Mushure has been a revelation, a tower of strength for the Glamour Boys and a leader who has been leading his men from the front.
When he starred for the Warriors at the 2017 COSAFA Castle Cup finals, there were some people who dismissed him as a fluke taking advantage of lightweight opposition.
But, since his return to the trenches of the domestic Premiership, Mushure’s star has been shining brightly and last night he scored his third goal on the trot as the Glamour Boys won a third straight game after dismissing a 10-man Hwange at the National Sports Stadium.
Mushure, who is enjoying his new role on the left side of the midfield, headed home 10 minutes after the breather to give his side the insurance goal they badly needed.
He was the beneficiary of a perfect cross from midfielder Denver Mukamba, who returned to action after missing the last two matches due to suspension and illness.
DeMbare had found the opener in the first half just after the half hour mark when a Tichaona Chipunza cross was directed into the nets by Hwange defender Gerald Ndlovu, who buckled under pressure as he battled to clear his lines.
The visitors found themselves on the back foot after just three minutes when midfielder Melvin Mekiwa was expelled by referee Norman Matemera for lunging on midfielder Cleopas Kapupurika’s chest.
The tackle was so crude that Kapupurika had…