CAFCC: SuperSport injury time goal sees Zesco out
Zesco United have bowed out of the CAF Confederations Cup at the quarter final stage after they conceded an injury time goal to draw 2-2 against visiting SuperSport United.
The two teams played out to a goalless draw in the first leg and the results sees SuperSport advance on away goals.
John Chingandu gave the home said the lead in the 4th minute when he volleyed home from inside the box benefitting from a Kondwani Mtonga cross.
Thuso Phala levelled 30 minutes later when he shot low across the goal to beat Jacob Banda but Zesco looked stronger after he restart.
David Owino headed then back in the lead with Mtonga providing the assist again and Zesco could have scored more with Jesse Were denied by Williams from close range and Odhiambo seeing his thumping header come off the crossbar.
With only 60 seconds of the three minutes of added time to play, Phala found space at the back post to slam home at Banda’s near post.
Zesco were last year’s CAF Champions League semi finalists where the lost to South African outfit Mamelodi Sundowns.
Zesco United XI v SuperSport United
Banda, Silwimba, Fackson Kapumbu, David Owino Odhiambo, Dauti Musekwa, Misheck Chaila, Kondwani Mtonga, John Chingandu (Akumu Agay), Maybin Kalengo (Patrick Kongolo), Jackson Mwanza (Dave Daka), Jesse Were
SuperSport United XI vs Zesco United FC
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