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Players abroad: Fashion on target as Daka, Lubambo and Mutaya assist

Former Zambia U20 national team striker Fashion Sakala opened his KV Oostende goal account in competitive matches while Lubambo Musonda, Mutaya Mwape and Patson Daka recorded assists.

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In South Africa, Former Power dynamos striker Gamphani Jones Lungu put in a decent full shift for Supersport United who played to a two all draw with Kaizer Chiefs in a MTN Top 8 semi final first leg encounter.

Chipolopolo first choice goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene was between the sticks for Mamelodi Sundowns who lost to Ben McCarthy’s Cape Town City 1-0 in the first leg of their MTN top 8 semi final encounter.

The league games will resume in midweek and and alot of Zambian players both in the PSL and NFD are expected to be in action.

In DRC, The TP Mazembe trio of former Chipolopolo captain Rainford Kalaba, midfielder Nathan Sinkala and defender Kabaso Chongo had an off weekend but will be back to action on Tuesday as they take on Difaâ El Jadidi

In Morocco, Former Nkana Captain Donashano Malama and his Olympique Khouribga team mates started their Botolo pro league on a winning note beating Moghreb Tétouan 2-1.

In Austria, Striker Patson Daka opened his assist account for his Austrian Bundesliga club Redbull Salzburg as he helped the to a three goals to two win over Rheindorf Altach away at the CASHPOINT Arena. Midfield ace Enock Mwepu put in a decent shift.

Daka played the first 67 minutes before being replaced by Moanes Dabbur while Enock Mwepu played 86 minutes before being withdrawn for Amadou Haidara.

In Armenia, Winger Lubambo Musonda assisted a goal as Gandzasar Kapan came from a goal down to hold Shirak to a one all draw in an Armenian Premier League encounter.

In Belgium, Zambia national team striker Fashion Sakala opened his KV Oostende goal account in competitive matches netting a goal in their Belgian Jupiler Pro League three nil win over Zulte-Waregem on Friday.

Former Nchanga Rangers midfielder Emmanuel Banda was not part of the team as he still getting back to full fitness after an injury.

In China, Former Chipolopolo striker Jacob Mulenga put in full shift for Liaoning Kiaxin who played out to a two all draw with second placed Zhejiang Greentown in the Chinese Ligue 1

Mulenga has netted 10 times for Liaoning in 16 games and leads their goal scoring charts. James Chamanga, Another former Chipolopolo striker is the technical director.

In England, Zambia U20 national team winger Lifumpa Mwandwe and his Shrewsbury Town U18 team mates played out to a goalless draw with Lincoln City

In France, Chipolopolo defensive kingpin Stophila Sunzu put in a full ninety minute shift for his French Ligue 2 side FC Metz who continued their good run making it five wins from five games as they beat spérance Sportive Troyes Aube Champagne by a goal to nil to keep their first clean sheet of the season.

In Portugal , Winger Kenneth Kalunga has targeted double digits in both goals and assists for the upcoming season after he joined a new club Futebol União de Lamas FF. He was unveiled on Thursday.

In Sweden, Striker Edward Chilufya came from the bench to play the last 30 minutes and help Djurgadens IF come from two goals down to hold Elfsborg two all.

In Saudi Arabia, The Season will start this coming weekend hence Former Zanaco players Ziyo Tembo and Saith Sakala are still in pre-season.

In Slovakia, Former City of Lusaka defender Joseph Lungu came from the to play the last five minutes for FK Poprad who beat Lokomotiva Košice 2-1.

In Russia, Former Nkana striker Evans Kangwa came from the bench to play the last 17 minutes for Arsenal Tula who suffered a second loss in a row losing by a goal to nil at the hands of Rostov.

In USA, Kafue Celtic product Prosper Chiluya came on after just six minutes to replace Matt Real who suffered an injury and helped his team to their third win in a row beating Nashville SC 2-1.

Mutaya Mwape came on in the 70th minute to assist a goal but he could not help his . Charlotte Independence as they suffered a huge 6-2 defeat away at North Carolina.

 

 






2 Comments to Players abroad: Fashion on target as Daka, Lubambo and Mutaya assist

  1. Julio says:

    Very good reading. Finally Mweene is getting some game time. Our former U20 boys seem to be doing well in Europe. If they keep playing regularly, I feel sorry for Namibia. They will be given a hiding.

  2. Milton says:

    True, let modalities for the lad Chalie Muzo to be part of our compaign be made. Good move coach. Look at everyone playing local and proffessional football and pick or select the best set for our national team. We have so much potential. Let it be hanesed.

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