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Kalaba brace hands Mazembe CAF Confederations Cup

Rainford Kalaba handed TP Mazembe the CAF Confederations Cup title when he scored a brace to help his club win 4 – 1 on the day to walk away with a 5 – 2 aggregate scoreline against Mo Beijaia of Algeria.

The attacking midfielder struck the second goal for Mazembe when he volleyed from outside the box in the 42nd minute before he made it three with another brilliant effort from outside the box in 63rd minute.

Beijaia pulled one back before Mazembe added a fourth.

Nathan Sinkala failed to recover in time for the final leg after he was injured in Algeria while Kabaso Chongo watched from the bench despite playing the entire game in the first leg.

Given Singuluma and Jonas Sakuwaha also received medals despite not playing in the final.

This implies that Kalaba has won the Africa Cup of Nations tournament, CAF Champions League and CAF Confederations Cup.

Mazembe will play Mamelodi Sundowns in the CAF Super Cup.


12 Comments to Kalaba brace hands Mazembe CAF Confederations Cup

  1. Anonymous says:

    hasn’t he also won the Super Cup?

  2. We are greatfull with that news

  3. Mark c says:

    Well done kalaba that is the morale booster for Cameroon game. I wish you tthe best chipolopolo.

  4. Don says:

    Well done Master, now encourage your teammates in the national team that bola no 11 against 11 noti umwenso. Time to focus on Cameroon.

  5. Seen from Afar says:

    Well done Zambians and Skipper, now time to get to camp. We’d son is waiting for you. We must prepare and we must take control of this qualifying campaign.

  6. GSK11 says:

    Congratulations TP Mazembe- the pride of Central and Southern africa!!

  7. Thomas says:

    Congrats Rainford Kalaba that is what we want.

  8. Kuku says:

    Get over it Rainford and co. Get some rest, we have Lion mountain to climb. Fairly an impossible task Cameroon.

  9. yazzy says:

    that’s gud ba kalaba

  10. kampinda says:

    The second goal was a well taken volley from his right foot; you don’t see many of those in the African game.

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  12. lucky k says:

    kalaba u ar the best

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