Sierra Leone skipper, Umaru ‘Zaingalay’ Bangura club side Dinamo Minsk put on a spiffy piece of performance to win their third game on the bounce away from home to consolidate their position in the top two, slotting two past Belshina on Saturday last weekend.
Since their defeat to Dinamo Brest, they have constantly improving in recent weeks and they look to reclaim the league title this season if they can close the 8 points gap on Bate, in the 54th minutes A. Bykovc set Dinamo on its way to a 2-0 away victory over Belshina to make it three wins in their last four matches.
Bangura, 27, (pictured) is a pivotal figure in the Minsk ranks and ever since he joined the Belarusian giant in December 2013 has been very much instrumental helping the club qualifying for European competition.
Bangura was part of the Sierra Leone side that suffered 1-0 defeat in Sudan, as the two teams kicked off their 2017 AFCON qualifying campaign in Group I.
Dinamo host seventh place team FC Gomel next in their Tractor stadium next Sunday in another decisive encounter.