Loss of concentration cost Napsa – Fathi
Power Dynamos scored a late equaliser through Luka Chamanga who came in to replace veteran winger Kennedy Mudenda as Power dynamos held Napsa Stars to a one all draw.The draw granted Fordson Kabole his second point since his appointment as care taker coach with one loss against bitter rivals Nkana and a draw with Lumwana. For Napsa Stars Hopes we’re High after a Win over Forest Rangers ahead of Saturdays encounter.
Napsa Stars coach Mohammed Fathi was left disappointed with his teams lack of concentration towards the end of the match. The Pensioners gaffer told the ZamFoot Crew in an interview that the defence was their main weakness.
“The game was in our hands, We lost concentration in the dying minutes of the game and this isn’t the first time we allowing a goal when we supposed to wrap up the game. It’s now a game in the past we look forward to the next challenge as we play Nkana on Wednesday and we have to look at our Weakness being the Defence and Try to win the remaining games,” He said.
Collins Sikombe Scored for the home team in the 48th minute but Powerful Power ’90’ Utilised Napsa Starts Poor concentration levelsand rescued a point thanks to Luka Chamanga late strike.
Napsa remain stuck in fifth place with 22 points while Power Dynamos sit in 6th place with same point tally but Napsa have a better goal difference.
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