Lubambo impresses in Europa League
Zambian winger Lubambo Musonda impressed on Thursday night in Gangzasar Kapan’s defeat to SSK Lech Poznan in the first leg of the Europa league.
The former Zambia Under-20 captain started on the right side for Armenian side.
The Polish who are known for their celebration which has been adapted by Manchester City and French fans at the World Cup, scored two quick goals in the 9th and 14th minute.
With Poznan leading, Gangzasar tried to push for a vital away goal but Lubambo and co failed to break the Polish defensive.
Lubambo has been in Armenia since July 2014.
Last season, he scored 8 goals in 26 appearances for his club.
The right footed winger has been capped at all levels for Zambia.
He started all the three games for Zambia at the 2015 African Cup of Nations under Honour Janza.
He has won 18 caps for Zambia with a return of 2 goals but was frozen out by former Chipolopolo Boys coach Wedson Nyirenda.
Elsewhere in Europe, Patson Daka and Enock Mwepu are expected to be in action this weekend for Red Bull Salzburg in practice matches as they continue their pre-season.
In Belgium, Fashion Sakala is settling well at his new club KVO Oostende. His teammate Emmanuel Banda has slight knock.
Stopilla Sunzu is back in the French Ligue 2 with Metz while Evans Kangwa has remained at Arsenal Tula in Russia.
Emmanuel Mbola is still in Israel with Hapoel Ranaana.
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