Tuesday Sep 24, 2019. 15:00
Knowledge Musona made his return from injury on Monday for Anderlecht’s reserves in Belgium, which will be good news for Zimbabwe as they look ahead to November’s start of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The 29-year-old striker missed the two World Cup qualifiers this month against Somalia because of injury but was back in action for an hour on Monday.
But while Musona scored, his own club’s fans gave him a rather horror review.
“Undoubtedly one of the worst players on the lawn, the Zimbabwean still found the net in the 37th minute, following a good assist from Thierry Lutonda on the right flank.
“For the rest, Musona played on the left wing, but brought very little to the team, with some bad passes and his lack of commitment,” wrote the club’s fan website after the game
Anderlecht’s reserve are coached by former Wales international Craig Bellamy and eventually beat Ghent 3-2.
Last season Anderlecht loaned Musona out to Lokeren in the Belgian league.