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Cosafa U20: Mozambique 1 – 1 Zambia (As it happened)

Fresh from being denied a place at the next year’s Africa’s biggest youth tournament, The U20 Africa Cup of Nations, Zambia will be hoping to restore pride by beating their Mozambican counter-parts in their last group stage match of the 2018 COSAFA Castle Cup tournament to be played this afternoon at Nkana stadium.

A win for the young Chipolopolo will ensure that the Charles Bwale led team maintain their 100 percent record at the on-going COSAFA tournament at the group stage level. Zambia has two wins from two games with 4 goals scored and none allowed.

However, Zambia U20 Coach Charles Bwale will have to sweat for late fitness test on instrumental Lameck Banda who limped off in the previous game against Congo DR. But Zambia’s top scorer Prince Mumba with 3 goals is fit again to bang in those goals.

On the other hand Mozambique coach Jose Victor Matine has charged that his side is ready and will cause an upset.

Mozambique has 4 points from two matches. A win or draw for Mozambique will see the young Maambas through to the last four while Zambia who has already qualified to the semi final will try by all means to avoid a defeat and ensure their 100 percent record is preserved.

The match will be played at 15:30hrs from Nkana Stadium and will be carried live on the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC).

MOZAMBIQUE STARTING XI

12. Julio Matavele, 2. Fidel Sousa, 7. Adamo Cassimo Alifa, 10. Camo Camo Cumbane ©, 11. Luis Vasco Sitoe, 15. Martinho Alberto, 16. Ali Abudo Zacarius, 17. Jeremias Salda Nhanbire, 18. Jose Antonio Lampiao, 19. Shelton Israel, 20. Geny Cipriano Catamo

SUBSTITUTES

1. Simone Lipanga, 3. Belarmino Maniche, 5. Kevin Kamphambe, 4. Leonnel Carmelo, 6. Thamo Fernando Samuel, 8. Michel Maposse, 9. Pablo Berchardas, 13. Celton Jamisse, 14. Valdemiro Paulino

ZAMBIA STARTING XI

1. Bradley Mweene, 2. Andrew Phiri, 3. Prince Mumba, 4. Gideon Miyanda, 5. Kingsley Hakwiya, 6. Oliver Lumbiya, 10. Lameck Banda (Emmanuel Mwiinde), 12. Benson Kolala, 13, Christopher Katongo, 14. Edward Chilufya ©, 18. Mwiya Malumo

SUBSTITUTES
7. Clinton Lubula, 8. Chanda Mukuka, 9. James Chilimina, 15. Thomas Zulu, 16. Prince Bwalya, 19. Emmanuel Mwiinde, 20. Patrick Gondwe, 1. 17, Klings Kangwa






15 Comments to Cosafa U20: Mozambique 1 – 1 Zambia (As it happened)

  1. ZamFoot says:

    GOAL ALERT! Zambia 0-0 Mozambique (Edward Chilufya 13′)

    Bang! Skipper Edward Chilufya puts the young bullets in front.

  2. ZamFoot says:

    30′ Zambia 1-0 Mozambique (Edward Chilufya 13′)

    England based Mwiya Malumo provided an assist in his first start at the tournament.

    The 18 year old now has 2 assists.

  3. ZamFoot says:

    40′ Zambia 1-0 Mozambique (Edward Chilufya 13′)

    As things stand, the Junior Chipolopolo are on 9 points.

    Big guns Zimbabwe, South Africa and record winners have already qualified to the semis.

  4. Trevor jere says:

    Zambia is the better term will take 3 points

  5. CJ from RSA says:

    Thank you Zamfoot for the updates. We are not watching hence relying on you.

  6. ZamFoot says:

    63′ Zambia 1-0 Mozambique (Edward Chilufya 13′)

    Zambia still leading at Nkana Stadium.

  7. ZamFoot says:

    81’Zambia 1-1 Mozambique (Edward Chilufya 13′)

    The young Mambas have equalised.

  8. ZamFoot says:

    FULL TIME: Zambia 1-1 Mozambique (Edward Chilufya 13′)

    Zambia finish the group on 7 points and advance to the quarter finals

  9. Leo says:

    Watched the game to think that this team is for the future is shooting ourselves in the leg
    The U20 of chambeshi was just great
    This U20 its like watching the senior team misplaced passion
    Chipantepante
    The goal keeper just like his cousin mweene
    To be honest this the nation the coach lipulanga I couldn’t see no coordination
    No system
    No tactical n technical abilities
    Zoona elyo tupwile
    Kamanga has really destroyed the game
    This was a very poor performance
    Yes we can blem the rain
    But the Mozambiquecn lads had a system n could string passes

    • Mingalato says:

      @Leo, we are all watching games on Kwese TV on YouTube.
      You maybe right there is no way this Under20 can come close to Best on Chambeshi’s Mwepu, Patson, etc.
      But Bradley Mweene is better than Mangani.

  10. Leo says:

    Poor game by these lads
    Coach is useless

  11. Kensplash says:

    I have always pointed out the fact that Bwale is not the right person for the job. Am slowly being vindicated.

  12. sly says:

    Zambian player keep the balance, too long to the advantage of the opponent. In most scenarios they either lose possession (even in the most dangerous positions) or put the ball out of touch. This disease has manifelted itself at all levels. Players like Lameck Bandai are losing value due to this trait. Is it not the same disease that is eating up fashion Sakala. There are quite a number of key player in Zambia who are victims to this. Coaches must be proactive and fight the cancerous style. Zambia needs players of the mould of Gift Kampala, the late Dennis Lota,Stone Nyirenda,Eston Yellow man Mulenga, Chris Katongo, Chris Mwakapuki, Timothy ‘The teacher’ Mweetwa, Malagasy Mutate, Derby Makinda, Albert Bwalya, Charlie Musonda, Kalusha Bwalya just to mention a few. We want to watch mwila as opposed chipantepane. One,twoso as opposed to “horse race” type,of style. I hope many will agree with me on this one. Coaches must take the blame. What we see is what they are producing.

  13. sly says:

    Zambian player keep the ball for too long to the advantage of the opponent. In most scenarios they either lose possession (even in the most dangerous positions) or put the ball out of touch when it could have benefitted the team. This disease has manifesteed itself at all levels of the Zambian game. Players like Lameck Banda are losing value due to this trait. Is it not the same disease that is eating up Fashion Sakala. There are quite a number of key players in Zambia who are victims to this scourge. Coaches must be proactive and fight the cancerous style. Zambia needs players of the mould of Gift Kampala, the late Dennis Lota,Stone Nyirenda,Eston Yellow man Mulenga, Chris Katongo, Chris Mwakapuki, Timothy ‘The teacher’ Mweetwa, Kelvin Mutale, Derby Makinda, Albert Bwalya, Charlie Musonda, Kalusha Bwalya just to mention a few. We want to watch mpila as opposed chipantepane. One,twos as opposed to “horse race” type,of style. I hope many will agree with me on this one. Coaches must take the blame. What we see is what they are producing.

  14. Emmanuel. says:

    I totally agree ,the player who is able to release the ball on time is mwiya.The has been thought how to play good football receive this ball and release.our boys from the comboni thing it’s chimpobwa.

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