The South African and Cameroonian starred to assist their Belarusian facet to a successful begin of their title defence this season
Rhoda Mulaudzi and Claudia Dabda have been on course as Dinamo-BSUPC secured a 6-Zero victory over Bobruichanka on Sunday.
Following impactful shows within the Tremendous Cup win lately, South Africa’s Mulaudzi and Cameroon’s Dabda have been seeking to start their facet’s title defence efficiently, following a home double final season.
Within the opener, Dabda and South Africa’s Lebogang Ramalepe earned beginning locations, whereas compatriot Mulaudzi got here off the bench in Yuri Maleev’s facet’s opening match in opposition to the eight-time champions.
Dinamo made a formidable begin to the competition, though solely discovered a breakthrough within the 34th minute when Dabda completed nicely from a goalmouth scramble to interrupt the impasse.
After the half-time break, the hosts maintained their dominance within the encounter and didn’t take too lengthy so as to add to their tally because of a superb strike from Karina Olkhovik within the 50th minute.
5 minutes later, second-half substitute Mulaudzi made her personal influence as she netted the hosts’ third aim of the match earlier than Yuliya Duben added the fourth within the 81st minute.
Regardless of a four-goal benefit, the hosts left it late to notch the fifth by way of Anastasia Linnik within the 90th minute earlier than Viktoria Valyuk wrapped up the emphatic triumph with the final kick of the match.
South Africa’s Ramalepe was in motion for the period in addition to Cameroon’s Dabda, who obtained off to a scoring begin, and alongside Mulaudzi, featured within the ultimate 44 minutes for Dinamo.
The consequence means the holders launch the brand new marketing campaign on a excessive as they declare the highest spot of the Belarusian log on aim distinction after their opener.
Following their successful begin, Dinamo will look to keep up their kind once they battle in opposition to ABFF U19 on March 26.