Players abroad round-up
Emmanuel Mbola continues to enjoy game time for his club Hapoel Ra’anana and again completed another game in their 2 – 0 loss to Beitar Jerusalem.
Countryman and team mate Evans Kangwa started on the bench and only sniffed some action in the referee’s optional time as he was introduced in the 90th minute.
Elsewhere in Israel, Rogers Kola completed 90 minutes but was not on target for second placed Ironi Kiryat as they won 2 – 0 against Hapoel Acre.
This extended his go drought having not scored in the league since 6th December, 2014.
Staying in Europe, Fwayo Tembo joined the action in the 63rd minute as his club Astra lost 1 – 0 away to CSM IASI. Astra however remain 4th on the log.
Fwayo is yet to reclaim his first team position but has made tremendous progress since returning to action having stayed away from active football since September last year.
In Asia starting with China, James Chamanga completed 90 minutes for Liaoning Whowin as they made it two in two with a win over Shandong Luneng.
Chamanga was not on target but helped his club to a 3 – 2 win.
Stopilla Sunzu competed another match for log leader Shanghai Shenhua when they won 1 – 0 away at Guanzhou R&F.
Jacob Mulenga’s team Shijiazhuang Yongchang was not in action as their match was postponed.
He however played 90 minutes and was substituted in injury time in his teams opening game against Guanzho Evergrande which they lost 2 – 1 last week.
In the Thailand Premier League, Noah Chivuta completed 90 minutes for 13th placed Nakhon Ratchasima in their 2 – 1 win over TOT.
Chivuta has so far played in all five league games for his newly promoted side.
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