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CAPS United mock Dembare over Bosso thrashing

11 Sep 2018 at 15:53hrs | Views
CAPS United have mocked their bitter rivals Dynamos following their 3-0 humiliating defeat to Highlanders at Babourfields on Sunday.

CAPS added salt to the DeMbare wounds yesterday with a savage tweet that attracted several comments.

Makepekepe took to their Twitter handle and posted:

"DID YOU KNOW: No matter how big your phone is, you still have to scroll down twice to see “THEM” on the log standings.

"In a @CastleLagerPSL Match played yesterday, it ended @HighlanderBosso 3-0 @Dynamosfczw But its none of our business. Good morning world."

As if the humiliation by the Bulawayo giants was not enough, CAPS took the opportunity to remind twitter users of DeMbare's position on the standings.

DeMbare are 12th on the log and for Makepekepe, no matter how big is the phone one has, he/she to scroll down twice to see them.

The tweet attracted interesting comments with Bulawayo Chiefs standing in Makepekepe's corner.

Chiefs, who are known for their catchy tweets, replied with a picture of a person on a tall ladder, possibly trying to locate the Glamour Boys on the standings.

Some Twitter users could not be left out as they posted different emojis mocking the struggling former champions.

One of the replies indicated that one needs a binocular to locate DeMbare.

CAPS are fifth on the standings with a possible chance of finishing in the top four.

They are still to play DeMbare in the second leg of their PSL match having won the first leg 1-0.

CAPS United travel to Chicken Inn tomorrow while Dynamos host Chapungu at Rufaro on Thursday in their next encounters.

Source - hmetro
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