TRIANGLE striker, Ralph Kawondera claims they are not intimidated by the other three teams that have made it into the Chibuku Super Cup semi-finals and are ready to face anyone.
This comes after they demolished Nichrut 5-1, in a one-sided quarter-final match at Gibbo over the weekend.
Kawondera scored a brace while Collins Dhuwa, Russell Madamombe and Delic Murimba grabbed the other goals.
Nichrut got their consolation goal from Washington Pakamisa six minutes into the second half.
Kawondera said their confidence has been boosted and they don’t care who their next opponent will be as holders Harare City, CAPS United and Dynamos await in the semi-final draw.
“Now we shift focus to our next assignment, our confidence has been boosted and we don’t care who we will be paired with.
“We are ready for our semifinals match. We just want to shine better than we did in the quarter finals come the semifinals.
“We are training to do better and excel not dwelling on who we are going to be paired with,” said Kawondera.
He added they are working on doing better in their next fixture.
“This is a money game, you have to win each and every game for you to win the cup. We got our eyes on the cup and we are not looking away.
“We just want to focus on ourselves, improve in our next game and try to perfect our play.
“We don’t want to rush things nor to give ourselves unnecessary pressure, we are taking each game as it comes,” he added.
Triangle are fourth on the log with 48 points, six points behind third-placed Chicken Inn.
“In the league we are targeting a top three finish. A top three finish is still within reach, if we start collecting points now it’s possible to achieve that target.
“We just need to start being consistent in our remaining games. The game was okay, I am happy we won resoundingly.
“Scoring early was the game plan from the onset and we played well as a team,” added Kawondera.