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Players abroad : Mwape, Lubambo on target

Zambian players abroad continued to vary in their performances with Lubambo Musonda and Mwape Musonda finding the back of the net.


In South Africa, Mwape Musonda was on target for Black Leopards who suffered a three one defeat at the hands of Ben McCarthy’s Cape Town City.

Elsewhere, Salulani Phiri put in a full ninety minute shift for Polokwane City who played out to a goalless draw with Amazulu.

Striker Justin Shonga played 86 minutes while winger Augustine Mulenga was a second half substitute for Orlando Pirates in their goalless draw with Mamelodi Sundowns.

Chipolopolo first choice goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene was left out of the match day squad.

Former Power dynamos striker Gamphani Jones Lungu was left out of the Supersport United match day squad. Matsatsatsa beat Free State Stars by a lone goal.

Former Chipolopolo boss Wedson Nyirenda’s Baroka FC beat Golden Arrows by two goals to one.

2012 AFCON winning right back Davies Nkausu was an unused substitute.

In DRC, Former Chipolopolo captain Rainford Kalaba, Midfielder Nathan Sinkala and defender Kabaso Chongo put in a full ninety minute shift for TP Mazembe in their one nil win over Bazzano.

In Morocco, Former Nkana captain Donashano Malama and his Olympique Khouribga team mates played out to a 2 all draw with RSB Berkane.

In Austria, Midfied ace Enock Mwepu was a second half substitute for Redbull Salzburg who left it late to beat Austria Wien by two goals to nil.

Striker Patson Daka was an unused substitute. A new face might be joining the Salzburg ranks as Francisco Mwepu left for Austria yesterday to train with Redbull Salzburg.

In Armenia, Winger Lubambo Musonda scored his third goal of the season to help Gandzasar Kapan to a three nil win over Banants ending a six game winless streak.


In Belgium, Striker Fashion Sakala played the last six minutes of KV Oostende’s two nil loss at the hands of DR Congo striker Dieumerci Mbokani Bezua.

Midfied ace Emmanuel Banda was an unused substitute.

In England, Mwiya Malumo and his Vulcan U21 team mates surrendered a one nil lead to lose 3-1 to Eagles Sport U21.

In France, Chipolopolo defensive kingpin Stophila Sunzu put in another decent ninety minute shift as he returned to Châteauroux.

Sunzu’s FC Metz’s came out triumphant beating his former club 2-1.

In Israel, Emmanuel Mbola was an unused substitute for Hapoel Rana’ana in their goalless draw against Hapoel Tel Aviv.

In Portugal, Winger Kenneth Kalunga and his CF União Lamas team mates came from a goal down to beat SC Bustelo 4-2.


In Russia, Former Nkana striker Evans Kangwa played the last 16 minutes of Arsenal Tula’s two nil win over Anzhi.

In Turkey, Zambia U20 national team winger Lameck Banda is currently attending trials at log leaders İstanbul Başakşehir F.K.


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4 Comments to Players abroad : Mwape, Lubambo on target

  1. Andy DeRoche says:

    A bit of good news here, especially regrading Sunzu’s firm defense and Musonda’s goal in Armenia. I am hoping Musonda moves to a more competitive league in a different country after this season, such as Belgium, the Netherlands, or Austria.

    My long-time favorite Mbesuma found the net for Maccabi again in a win on Saturday, according to internet reports.

    Looking forward to the big match in Mozambique. Chipolopolo!

  2. Kensplash says:

    Looks like Austra could just prove to be a huge stepping stone for Zambian players. It is good for exposure since most Zambian players fail to make it in bigger leagues for lack of it(exposure).

  3. Sibs says:

    @Andy agreed. Sunzu has been in fine form.

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