Saturday, June 3, 2023

Daka, Banda and Musonda on target as Phiri assists

With the Chipolopolo Boys expected in action in less than two weeks, The ZamFoot Crew has been keeping tabs of players abroad.

Patson Daka returned to the score sheet for the first time in over 150 days while Emmanuel Banda scored a brilliant goal to open his account in Croatia.

Moses Phiri set up the opening goal for Simba while Kennedy Musonda scored in Young Africans’ win over Geita Gold.

In Croatia, Emmanuel Banda opened his goal account for HNK Rijeka.

Banda came off the bench to score the third goal in Rijeka’s 3-1 win over Varazdin.

In Denmark, Winger Edward Chilufya put in a 72 minute shift for Midtjylland who where handed a 3-1 bashing by Lyngby in a week 21 Danish Superliga encounter.

Elsewhere, Lubambo Musonda put in a full shift but was unfortunately on the losing end as AC Horsens gave away a one goal lead to lose 4-1 to Copenhagen.

In England, Patson Daka ended a five months goal drought as he scored a beautiful goal for Leicester City in their 3-1 loss to Chelsea.

In Italy, Lameck Banda played the last 13 minutes of Lecce’s 2-0 loss to Torino.

In Portugal, Kenneth Kalunga put in a good shift for Lusitania de Lourosa who recorded a 2-1 win over FC Lesson to go top of the Campeonato de Portugal.

In Scotland, Fashion Sakala played 66 minutes for FC Rangers who cruised to a 3-0 win over Raith Rovers in the Scottish Cup quarter final tie.

Elsewhere, Frankie Chisenga Musonda is currently in action for AYR who are taking on Falkirk in the Scottish Cup quarter finals.

In Serbia, Klings Kangwa was an unused substitute for Redstar Belgrade who cruised to a 5-1 win over Novi Pazar.

In Spain, Francisco Mwepu and Peter Chikola’s Cadiz B suffered a huge 4-1 defeat.

In Tanzania, Kennedy Musonda scored the equalizer as Yanga SC came from a goal down
to beat Geita Gold 3-1.

Elsewhere, Moses Phiri set up the first goal for Simba SC in their 3-0 win over Mtibwa Sugar.

Clatous Chota Chama put in a good shift. Congolese forward Jean Baleke Othos scored all the three goals.

In USA, Aime Mabika was an unused substitute for Intermiami who succumbed to a narrow 1-0 defeat away to New York City.

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