Zambian players abroad: Mwila and Mulenga on target
Zambian players abroad were in action over the weekend and put in decent shifts. Augustine Mulenga continued his goal scoring form in South Africa.
In Europe Brian ‘Zlatan’ Mwila opened his Austrian Bundesliga goal scoring account with a brace to lead Altach to victory.
.In South Africa, Augustine Mulenga scored a 14th minute goal to help his PSL team Orlando Pirates who were held to a 1-1 draw by Amazulu get a point.
Justin Shonga had a poor night missing a number of chances but played 82 minutes.
Elsewhere, Former Power dynamos striker Gamphani Jones Lungu put in a full ninety minute shift for Supersport United who played out to a goalless draw with Coach Wedson Nyirenda’s Baroka FC.
In Tanzania, Cletus Chama was in action as Simba beat African Lyon 2-1 in the league
In Armenia, Striker Brian ‘The Hammer’ Mwila scored a brace to help his club Cash point Altach to a 2-0 win Wien in the Austrian top flight.
Elsewhere, Midfield ace Enock Mwepu put in a full ninety minute shift while striker Patson Daka played the first 83 minutes in Redbull Salzburg two one win over Sturm Graz.
In Belgium striker Fashion Sakala put in a 62 minute shift for KV Oostende in their 1-1 draw against Waasland-Beveren.
Midfielder Emmanuel Banda was unused substitute for Oostende.
In China, Striker Jacob Mulenga set up a goal as Liaoning Kiaxin beat Dalian Transcendence by a lone goal.
In Israel, Defender Emmanuel Mbola put a decent full ninety minute shift for Hapoel Rana’ana who played out to a one all draw against Maccabi Haifa.
In Portugal, Winger Kenneth Kalunga put in a full ninety minute shift for CF União Lamas who played out to a one all draw against SC Alba.
In Russia, Former Nkana striker Evans Kangwa played the first 52 minutes for Arsenal Tula who played out to q one all draw against UFA.
In Sweden, Mphande Youth academy product Edward Chilufya was left out of the Djurgadens IF one all draw against Norrköping.
In the USA, defender Prosper Chiluya was an unused substitute for Bethlehem Steel FC who drew one all with Indy Eleven.
Elsewhere Striker Mutaya Mwape was also an unused substitute for Charlotte Independence who beat Tampa Bay Rowdies by two goals to one.
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