Fathi delighted with Napsa Stars fighting spirit
NAPSA Stars left it late on Sunday as Simon Nkhata got the pensioners out of Prison with a 2-1 win over the Collection Boys.
Prison Leopards took the lead through David Obash the club’s Top scorer with 4 goals in the 16th minute before 2012 AFCON winner Emmanuel Mayuka could level matters for the Pensioners. It however took a 90th-minute strike from Simon Nkhata to make sure Napsa run away with all three points.
Muhamad Fathi had nothing but praise for his players after the fightback and was impressed with debutants David Owino and Enock Sabumukama who played their first game in NAPSA Stars colors.
“It was a very good fight from the guys the fighting spirit is high even in the last seconds they really wanted this win and by the grace of God we scored and got what we wanted in the game and we are moving forward to prepare for our trip to Solwezi, we will just play our games and we don’t do any mathematics when we finish our games in hand people will know where we are and even us we will know where we are and what we want our intentions people will know our intentions after we finish our games in hand,” he said.
“David and Enock there are experienced players they played very well am happy despite them staying some time without training with the team but there are very professional players and managed to push themselves in the Gym and they just trained with us for only four days so it was a good performance.”
Next up for Napsa Stars have two tricky away fixtures starting with a long trip in midweek to Solwezi to face Lumwana Radiants then travel back to Lusaka for a derby against the Airmen, Red Arrows football club at Nkoloma stadium.
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