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Players Abroad – Kalunga nets as Shonga and Kabwe assist

Zambians players abroad were involved in a number of matches and posted different results

In South Africa, Justin Shonga set up one of the goals for Orlando Pirates who ended their 2017/18 campaign on a high with a 2-1 win over Free State Stars. Both Shonga and Augustine Mulenga put in a full ninety minute shift.

Rodrick Kabwe assisted but Ajax Cape Town suffered a two goals to one defeat at the hands of Kaiser Chiefs.

Goal keeper Kennedy Mweene put in a full ninety minute shift for Mamelodi Sundowns who were held to a goalless draw by a resilient Bloemfontein Celtic side.

Salulani Phiri put in a full ninety minute shift for Polokwane City who were held to a one all draw by Chippa United.

In DRC, The TP Mazembe trio had an off weekend.

In Morocco, Midfielder Donashano Malama came off the bench for Olympique Club de Khouribga to play the last 18 minutes of their 5-0 thrashing of Racing Athletic Club Casablanca.

In Tanzania, Both Lubinda Mundia and Aubrey Chirwa suffered one nil losses . Chirwa’s Yanga fell to Mtibwa Sugar while Mundia’s Singida lost to Simba.

In Austria, Midfielder Enock Mwepu put in an impressive thirty minute shift for Austrian Bundesliga champions Redbull Salzburg as they trashed third placed Rapid Wien by four goals to one.

In the Sky Go Erste Liga Striker Patson Daka played 61 minutes for FC Liefering as they suffered a three goals to two defeat at the hands of Floridsdorfer AC.

In Armenia, Gandzasar Kapan top goalscorer Lubambo Musonda was an unused substitute as they drew with Banants 1-1. Musonda has a bit of a discomfort.

In China, Striker Jacob Mulenga played the full ninety minutes for Liaoning Kiaxin who suffered a one nil away loss to Nei Mongol Zhongyou.

In Israel, Emmanuel Mayuka played the last 18 minutes for Hapoel Ra’anana who suffered a 2-0 at the hands of Maccabi Haifa.

In Portugal, Former Zanaco striker Moses Phiri was an unused substitute for Sporting de Covilhã who were held to a one all draw by Penafiel as they concluded their 2017/18 campaign.

Winger Kenneth Kalunga scored a goal and assisted as Sporting de Esmoriz ecorded a three two win over Bustelo. He now has scored 5 goals and assisted 12 times.

In Sweden, Striker Edward Chilufya was an unused substitute for Djurgadens IF who posted a narrow one nil win over Dalkurd.

In Russia, Arsenal Tula rounded off their impressive season with a two nil win over Champions Lokomotiv Moskva. Striker Evans Kangwa put a full ninety minute shift while Defender Stophila Sunzu played 87 minute.

In the Fonbet, Striker Fashion Sakala played the entire ninety minutes for Spartak Moskva II who recorded a two nil win over Sibir.

In the USA, Prosper Chiluya put in a full ninety minute shift for Bethlehem Steel FC who suffered a two one loss to Charleston Battery.



9 Comments to Players Abroad – Kalunga nets as Shonga and Kabwe assist

  1. Positive thinking says:

    This is good. Finally happy to see Mayuka getting some game time.

  2. Joseph Kashunda says:

    Young Zambian players are now coming of age. we need these players to take up the mantle of taking the Zambia national team to the world cup

    • Jbs SIMUBENARD says:

      I agree with you man,we have now plenty of players who can handle the pressure n we need to see Evans kangwa during afcon qualifiers

  3. abram says:

    We hav players who can take us to the another level but we hav a coach, thats why we need coaches like didier six or micho to coach our national team.

  4. abram says:

    I mean we dont hav a coach

  5. Pulu mulenga says:

    Chipolopolo is coach less that wada is a joke

  6. Jbs SIMUBENARD says:

    we need a coach bcoz we don’t a coach, if we have a coach he leave the likes of Evans kangwa,lubambo musonda etc

  7. BigSteve 4rm SA says:

    Sad for Rodrick Kabwe that Ajax is on the verge of getting relegated. Hopefully they make it through the playoffs successfully to maintain a spot in the PSL and not be demoted to the Mvela league. Rodrick had a very good game though but the number of misses by his club was criminal to say the least.

    I agree with the above sentiments, our boys have now come of age but unfortunately we don’t have a coach.

  8. Andy DeRoche says:

    Greetings from Colorado, USA, fellow followers of Chipolopolo! We just happened to be tracking the Armenia Cup final on Wednesday when it went to extra time. Ghandzasar fell behind, but in the 116th minute Lubambo Musonda tied it. He then scored the 4th penalty and his team won. He has had an exceptional season! I would like to see him back in action for Zambia (along with Kangwa, Mbola, etal.) and also hope that he transfers to a bigger league. France seems to be a very good destination for African footballers. Fingers crossed!

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