Zambia 1-3 Zimbabwe (Cosafa Cup Final – As it happened)
So it’s Chipolopolo up against the Warriors, the battle of the Zambezi, a regional Derby of sorts. With two coaches with a point to prove, four fiery forwards looking to make the headlines and two neighboring countries on the edge of their seats eager to cheer!
In 2009, it was at Rufaro Stadium where Zimbabwe won the battle of Zambezi, then a Bronson Chama captained side won it on home soil at Ndola’s Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in 2013.
Now, the stage is set at a neutral venue for Southern Africa’s top derby.
Kickoff @ 15h00
Zambia XI : 16. Allan Chibwe -4. Chama Adrian 20. Webster Mulenga, 21. Isaac Shamujompa, 3. Lawrence Chungu – 17. Mike Katiba, 19. Jack Chirwa, 15. Donashamo Malama (c) 7. Mwila Phiri, 11 – 12. Justin Shonga, 22. Brian Mwila
Zimbabwe XI: (16) George Chigova – Ocean Msuhure (3), Eric Chipeta (4), Jimmy Tigere (6), Talent Chawapiwa (7), – John Takwara (8), Oviddy Karuru (1) (C), Bruce Homora (5), Knox Mutizwa (8), – Honest Moyo (9), Liberty Chakdroma (22)
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