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Beitbridge Resident Stabbed in Outrage Over Arsenal’s Performance

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A Beitbridge man narrowly escaped death after he was stabbed in the stomach by his colleague while discussing Arsenal Football Club’s poor performance.

The near-fatal stabbing incident occurred on 9 April 2024.

That was the day Arsenal hosted Bayern Munich in North London in a UEFA Champions League quarter-final match that ended 2-2.

It is alleged that Meluleki Ndlovu (40) met the complainant who was returning home from his brother’s residence, presumably to watch the match.

The two reportedly engaged in a discussion about Arsenal which subsequently degenerated into a dispute.

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“They started having a discussion about soccer which was mainly focused on Arsenal “.

Ndlovu allegedly insulted the complainant, before stabbing him in the stomach with a knife.

He then fled from the scene.

The matter was reported to the police leading to the arrest of Ndlovu.

The Beitbridge Magistrates’ Court is trying the accused on attempted murder charges.

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The case was postponed to April 26 2024.

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