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Highlights: Korea Rep. 4 – 1 Zambia

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10 Comments to Highlights: Korea Rep. 4 – 1 Zambia

  1. Tc Soccerman says:

    If number 7 kickcks the ball first tine, S.Korea does not score first goal. He was the first one on the ball. That defense is suspect, how is the Korea split the 3 defenders like that for a thrid goal? Chambeshi needs to work up. Offense was missing Patson Daka and FS10. All is well. Good thing we got hummered like this before the real tournement started.

  2. Tc Soccerman says:

    Chambeshi needs to wake up..

  3. Zambian Buffalo says:

    Well well, All the same its Zambia nankwe nankwe the world will be watching how the Eagle will fly high with pure Copper Bullets,. aah I feel for S. Korea come to the main tournament we shall revenge as S.Africa. Technical bench all is said, do your job sir. Last time between S.Africa you changed the winning formula you almost cost us, though some said lucky was to ourside cops released tear canistaz. We will meet a team which will punish us. Its a lesson coach we have more days to adjust. Ni junior Chipolopolo, aikona ukalicita amasangalatoni webo!

  4. Seen from Afar says:


    Slack casusl defending, lrtting players drift. Missed chances as we could have had a healthy lead.

    Not our day. Good result as keeps the guys honest. We are waiting for the tournament proper

  5. Mwebantu says:

    It was a good game. We are missing regular players. Silly mistakes at this stage cane be costly. You clear the ball in the D-zone and do not attempt any casual tactic because a strong team can punish you. Korea came on top because they were at home. I think it is easy to see the faults and rectify them before the tournament proper.

  6. Mwebantu says:

    So many poor shootings at goal are inexcusable!

  7. Mwebantu says:

    Goal #3 the goalkeeper must share the blame too. At this stage guys we need to “think!” Many of our players lost the “thinking capacity” and looked exhausted! It is time to go to the drawing boards.

  8. Kasama Boy says:

    The lads were all a pale shadow of themselves.
    the strikers were mainly to blame if they had tucked away those chances Korea would have been under tremendous pressure.
    Otherwise we were not outplayed, we were just out gunned, and consequently out-scored.
    We hope for the best in the real one.

  9. STUMPY says:

    i beleive this is how we will b loosing high profile matches as the coach lacks criteria. with the overage sakalas and dakas too afraid to be used there are no impact players to replace them.

  10. TC 'Our Beautiful Game' says:

    I agree with most comments here. Its all about poor tactical acumen rather than lack of talents. I wonder if we have picked any valuable lessons from that loss

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