James Chamanga scores Chinese league opening goal
Former Chipolopolo striker James Chamanga wasted no time in laying down his prospects for the 2017 Chinese Super League when he netted in the first goal of the season when his club Liaoning Whowin drew 1 – 1 away against Guizho Zicheng.
The ever green veteran striker was named in the starting XI of the very first game of the season and he put his side ahead in the 14th minute from the spot.
The hosts then leveled matters in the 54th minute when they were also awarded a penalty.
The 37 year old former National Assembly striker finished the last season second on the top scorers chart on 14 goals in a league that boasts of renowned strikers who have trekked to the east from Europe.
Liaoning finished the league in 11th position with Chamanga playing 28 times out of the 30 league games.
Jacob Mulenga another former Chipolopolo striker also plays in Chinese league.
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