Fathi praises Kansanshi’s fighting spirit
Napsa Stars continued with their fine start to the 2019/2020 Super League season with a one-nil win over newly-promoted Side Kansanshi Dynamos, The Pensioners have won back to back games and lead the log tied on six points with Nkana.
Napsa Stars head coach Muhammad Fathi acknowledged Kansanshi Dynamos’ fighting spirit and described the game as tough.
“They won their previous game and that helped them grow in confidence, their defense too did some great work making life difficult for our players to run past them,” Fathi told the ZamFoot Crew in a post-match interview.
Fathi disclosed that stretching the defense was the best option to help get that goal, and in the 78th Minute it paid off as Simon Nkhata benefited from substitute Austin Banda’s cross to grant the home team maximum points.
“The most important was to change the tactics in the second half so that we can stretch their defense put them under pressures that’s why we made that change removing Sikombe and putting in Austin Banda a winger.”
Napsa will next face Lusaka dynamos away at Heroes Stadium in a Lusaka derby while Kansanshi Dynamos will host Green Buffaloes.
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