After spending almost six weeks on the sidelines with an ankle injury, Jordan Zemura started in his second match for Bournemouth since his return from injury and was impressive as they booked their first win in seven games with a 0-1win away to QPR.
The 22-year-old dynamic left-back who returned in a 1-0 loss to Middlesborogh last weekend, seems to have rediscover the form that solidified his position in the first team with a strong performance against QPR.
In his 90 minutes, Zemura made 58 touches on the ball and an 80% pass accuracy rate, according to Sofarescore.
His defensive actions, however were much more impressive as he made an incredible six clearances, intercepted the ball two times, blocked a goal bound shot and made a couple of tackles as he scored a performance rate of 7,3 over ten.
He may not be back to 100% just yet—but even short of his imperious, absolute best, the Zimbabean clearly makes the Cherries better, as he helped them get back to winning ways and reclaim top position on the Skybet Championship league with 46 points from 24 games.
Zemura’s rise in form is good news to Zimbabwe Warriors who will be looking forward to the Mrehwa star to inspire the team at the Africa cup of nations finals in Cameroon.
He will play in his last match for Bournemouth on the 30th of December against Cardiff before connecting to Cameroon to team up with the Warriors ahead of their opening encounter against Senegal on the 10th of January.