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Mbesuma, Kangwa return as Lubambo scores

Zambian players were in action over the weekend for their respective clubs in Europe.

ARMENIA

Armenia – Pyunik 1-2 Gangzasar Kapan

Lubambo Musonda scored for  Gangzasar as he helped his club to victory.

This was his third goal of the season. The 22 year old has featured mainly as a right wing back in a 3-4-3 formation.

Gangzasar has maintained top spot with 45 points.

RUSSIA

Division 1: Spartak Moscow II 3-0 Luch Vladivostok.

Fashion Sakala was a late substitute for Spartak as he came on in the 81st minute.

The scoreline was already 3-0.

Premier League

Arsenal Tula 0-3 Locomotive Moscow

Chipolopolo defender Stopilla Sunzu completed the full game in his club’s defeat.

The on loan defender has now played 6 games having made the switch from Lille.

Arsenal Tula are in the drop zone.

Tomsik 0-1 Ural

Chisamba Lungu played 65 minutes as Ural continued with their unbeaten run stretching 5 games in all competitions

TURKEY

Evans Kangwa was back in action for Gaziantespor after a months absence from the team and he played 23 minutes in his team’s 1 – 0 home loss.

Gaziantespor are currently in the drop zone.

Kangwa has played 19 times out of his team’s 27 league games scoring three times.

SOUTH AFRICA

Chipolopolo striker Collins Mbesuma has fully recovered from his knee surgery and was on the bench when Highlands Park held Orlando Pirates 0 – 0.

Both Davies Nkausu and Kennedy Mweene watched from the bench for Free State Stars and Mamelodi Sundowns when the two teams played over the weekend.

Sundowns won the game 1 – 0.

Rodrick Kabwe and Aubrey Fungal were both late substitutes for Ajax Cape TownTown in their 1 – 1 away draw against Golden Arrows.

Kabwe was introduced in the 88th minute while Funga came on in injury time.

 






9 Comments to Mbesuma, Kangwa return as Lubambo scores

  1. Amandla says:

    Go boys, go!

  2. Big Steve 4rm SA says:

    3 goals in 19 games not the best return for Kangwa. These are the sort of stats that make clubs begin to think of releasing players. He seriously needs to up his form in front of goal. Being an out and out striker that is all a club wants from you…goals!!

    Mweene was given a three game run before the Free state stars game and conceded in all three games. I’m not surprised he got benched for this one. It was a huge chance for him to start reclaiming the number 1 spot at Sundowns but unfortunately it didn’t suffice. That said he is still my number 1 for the national team.

    I was a little surprised at Rodrick Kabwe starting from the bench because he has been making waves at Ajax. But hey even Zlatan started on the bench for one of United’s biggest games of the season. Rodrick keep up the good work.

    Stopilla Sunzu keep believing, it is possible to survive relegation. But then again weigh your cards right because if the team survives you and your agent should engineer that you stay in Russia. Only go back to France if Arsenal are relegated.

    Chisamba Chisandinho Lungu….you are the definition of consistency and hard work and your team is now winning for fun….truly amazing run

  3. yazzy says:

    gud for chisambadinho

  4. Billy says:

    Evans Kangwa alipwa umwaiche.

  5. Akapondo says:

    @Big Steve i like your analysis, way to go.

  6. CHARLES says:

    GO ZANACO GO

  7. paradox says:

    lubambo still plays football?.
    came on the scene with a bang with that screamer against japan in that friendly then slowly faded away.

  8. Sibs says:

    Good to hear Mbesuma is back from injury. I feel this might his last season at the top level. The man has just had the knack to find the back of the net.

    Zamfoot can you find out i here his son is in Youth ranks at Supersport.

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