Mbesuma, Kangwa return as Lubambo scores
Zambian players were in action over the weekend for their respective clubs in Europe.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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