Yes Sir; Diouf Can Boogie

“Senegal and Doncaster Rovers striker El Hadji Diouf lit up the National Sports Stadium yesterday when he performed the famous “Zorai Butter” dance after scoring for the Friends of Benjani…” begins this match report from Benjani Mwaruwari’s testimonial match. An impressive feat at any time for a goal celebration to take the headlines from a game, even more so when you consider the game ended 7-4, and to Diouf’s opponents, Zimbabwe Warriors.

In what must have been some spectacle Benjani Mwawurawi scored for both sides, and the former Portsmouth player’s 7 year-old son (yes, seven), also called Benjani, scored two for the Warriors in the final 13 minutes. But the stand-out facet of this game for me was a goal from my new favourite footballer; take a bow the brilliantly named Knowledge Musona.

Brief highlights are available here.

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