Chambeshi: We ‘ll work on the loopholes
Zambia Under-20 coach Beston Chambeshi has said his ‘Dream Team’ will work on the loopholes which allowed the Germans to come back into the game.
And the Nkana legend has lauded the contribution of Edward ‘Tiger’ Chilufya who came of the bench to set up Zambia’s equaliser.
“They (Germans) had a strong team, physically they are good but tactically at least my team was better. We capitalized on that and I am happy with the way they (Zambia) are playing,” Chambeshi said
The Lumwana Radiants coach also took note of the Germans direct football as they went route one.
“We scored three goals in the second half which is a sign that we have a sharp frontline and of course did not expect that Germany will play those long balls and it was not easy for my players but thanks we have won the match.
“…today was a knockout, the most important thing was about qualifying, and then we will plan for the next game,” he said.
“It is a win but there are some loopholes where we have to improve but there are some good things too.”
“We brought in Edward Chilufya and he brought in life and we equalized,” he said.
The Zambia U-20 now awaits the winner between Italy and France in Monday’s quarter final clash.
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