Round-up of Zimbabwean Footballers Abroad

There were few games this week due to the fact that many football leagues around the world ended this weekend.

Here’s how the few foreign-based Zimbabwean footballers who made the news this week performed.

Nakamba followed up his impressive performance against Tottenham with yet another dominant display against Chelsea in which Aston Villa won 2-1.

Nakamba bossed the midfield and was awarded Man of the Match after impressing against a top Chelsea side who needed a win to secure a top-four finish.

Warriors star Tino Kadewere’s dream of playing Champions League football has been delayed further after his Olympique Lyon failed to qualify for next season’s edition.

Lyon lost 2-3 to Nice on the final game of the season today, a contest they desperately needed to win to entertain any hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.

Rudi Garcia’s men who finished 7th last season, finished fourth in Ligue 1 and will for the second consecutive season, miss out on Europe’s premier club competition

Round-up of Zimbabwean Footballers Abroad

China based Zimbabwean striker Nyasha Mushekwi scored a brilliat header in his  Zhejiang Greentown’s 2-1 win over Zibo Cuju in the Chinese League one on Thursday.

The goal, which was the big striker’s 5th in the league, was reminiscent of the flying header scored by Dutch striker Robin van Persie for Netherlands against Spain at the 2014 FIFA World Cup

Zimbabwe international Prince Dube’ dream debut season for Tanzanian Premier League side Azam continues after he scored again in their 2-0 win over Biashara on Thursday.

In total, that was the in-form Warriors striker’s 15th league goal of the season.