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Euro wrap – Fashion, Mwepu and Lubambo on target

In Armenia, Winger Lubambo Musonda scored the third goal for Gandzaar Kapan who beat log leaders Alashkert three nil. Musonda struck a beauty in the 49th minute from outside the 18 yard area something similar to his strike for Chipolopolo against Japan.He has now scored two goals this far.

Musonda celebrates his goal

The win puts Kapan who are on third position within five points of the league leaders.

In Austria, Enock Mwepu scored a deflected shot to rescue a point for FC Liefering who drew 2 all with Floridsdofer AC.

The goal is Mwepu’s fifth of the season.

Striker Patson Daka is still out nursing an injury hence missed Redbull Salzburg one all draw with Admira Wacker Mödling.

In Russia, Striker Fashion Sakala scored in the 73rd minute from outside the area to help Spartak Moskva II beat FK Tyumen 3-1in a week 19 FONBET league encounter.

Arsenal Tula failed to capitalise on their momentum after beating league leaders Zenit St Petersburg last weekend and lost 3-2. Evans Kangwa played 90 minutes but could not rescue his side from going down at the hands of Anzhi. Defender Stophila Sunzu played the first 34 minutes before being replaced by Grigalava.

A win for Tula would have taken them to 7th on the log and within 9 points of leaders St Petersburg but they remain stuck on 10th position with 17 points.

In Turkey, Midfielder Chisamba Lungu was an unused substitute for Alanyaspor who fought back to hold Goztepe 3-3.

In Portugal, Winger Kenneth Kalunga made his fifth assist of the season in Sporting clube de Esmoriz 1-1 draw with Canedo in a week 6 Compeonato Safina league fixture.

Kalunga has been involved in 6 goals for Esmoriz in as many games, (1 goal, 5 assists). Esmoriz are 6th on the log with 11 points and just five short of log leaders U.Lamas FF.

He signed for Esmoriz for free

Kalunga has been in fine form in Portugal

KV Oostende midfielder Emmanuel Banda Banda has started training after suffering an injury three weeks ago.

Former Sensational Zanaco striker Moses Phiri was an unused substitute for Sporting Covilhã who beat Sporting Braga II courtesy of a 50th minute strike from Mali international Boubakary Diara.

In Israel, defender Emmanuel Mbola was an unused substitute for Hapoel Ra’anana who beat Hapoel Acre to record their first win of the season.

In Sweeden, Striker Edward Chilufya is expected to be in action at 15:00hrs today for Djurgården U21 who play Häcken U21.

 






10 Comments to Euro wrap – Fashion, Mwepu and Lubambo on target

  1. paradox says:

    zamfoot legendary website. more blessing… signing off Paradox

  2. Chimpombwa says:

    Awesome round up.. The pieces of greatness are all there for us to fit into a masterpiece.

  3. Positive thinking says:

    Worried about Chisamba Lungu in Turkey. HIs lack of game time might be what affected his performance in the match against Nigeria.

    Club form is the foundation for national team performance.

  4. General says:

    but we need kalunga, lubambo, chilufya and kalaba also against Cameroon.

  5. Mark c says:

    Yes we need kalaba in cameroon game. Please wada zambia lacked a player maker.

  6. Mwebantu says:

    Hello Paradox!

  7. Big Steve 4rm SA says:

    We don’t need the overseas pro’s for a game that carries no weight. Lets use fringe players for the Cameroon game. This is an opportunity for the coach to grow his talent pool. We are not going to the world cup and the Africa cup draws are done so even FIFA rankings at this stage are of no consequence if we loose the game. Lets use it to develop upcoming lads so the coach has a wider pool to select from for the Africa cup qualifiers.

  8. SLIM says:

    We need to beat Cameroun to boost our confidence ahead of the CAF qualifiers! Kalaba has to b infused in together with Kangwa, Lubambo, Moses Phiri, Saith Sakala. The latter should b natural successor of Chisamba! The local fringe players have abundant opportunity at CHAN. Agents will make the short trip to Casablanca, giving the likes of Augustine Mulenga, Enerst Mbewe, Sikombe etc chance to catch the eyes of euro club reps.

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