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Mavugo’s brace and Maite fans unruly behavior headlines Saturday’s rescheduled MTN/FAZ Superleague matches

The international break is currently in full swing but three MTN/FAZ Super League matches took place on Saturday. Struggling Mighty Mufulira Wanderers welcomed GreenEagles, Napsa Stars played host to KYSA while Power dynamos and Buildcon went head to head at Arthur Davies Stadium.

At Arthur Davies Stadium, Power Dynamos were hoping to move out of the relegation zone as they welcomed inconsistent Team Kopala.

Power dynamos broke the deadlock through Cameroonian striker Christian Ntouba Epoupa who slotted home eight minutes into the second half to put the Guston Mutobo tutored side into the lead.

Former Lusaka dynamos and Napsa Stars defender Eric Kabulo Ngoi leveled matters 13 minutes later as he netted his first goal for Team Kopala. Neither side could find the winning and hence they had to settle for a point each.

MAVUGO FINALLY GETS OFF THE MARK

Napsa Stars continued their good run with a routine 3-0 win over bottom-placed KYSA at Woodlands Stadium. Midfielder Collins Sikombe opened the scores five minutes into the match to put Napsa Stars in the lead.

Burundian striker Laudit Mavugo came from the bench to double the lead in the 56th minute, Three minutes after being introduced. Mavugo increased the lead four minutes later netting his second of the match and Napsa Stars’ third.

The 3-0 win takes Napsa Stars to second place on the log with 21points, Six behind log leaders Zesco United.

MAITE FANS STONE WANDERERS BUS

Mighty Mufulira Wanderers fans stoned the Green Eagles bus following their teams 2-1 loss at the hands of the Kawale boys at Shinde Stadium.

Eagles came from a goal down to beat Maite (Mighty ) Mufulira Wanderers. Goals from Gozon Mutale and Hosea Silwimba turned the match around and gave Green Eagles a 2-1 win which meant they move to sixth place on the log.

Eagles Assistant coach Alex Namazaba confirmed that the players were unharmed but were left disappointed with the behavior of the fans.

“No it has not but first and foremost I need to blame the fans for Wanderers because the referee was just okay and that was uncalled for but the players are all okay.”

MTN/FAZ Super League Rescheduled games

Saturday, November 9th

Power Dynamos 1-1 Buildcon

(C.E.Ntouba 53’| E. Kabulo 66′)

Mighty Mufulira Wanderers 1-2 Green Eagles

(Katende 52′ | Mutale 71, Silwimba 75′)

Napsa Stars FC 3-0 Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy

(C. Sikombe 5′, L. Mavugo 56′ 60′)

 

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