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Jacob Mulenga scores for Liaoning to make it 7 in 7

Veteran striker Jacob Mulenga continued his fine goal scoring form for Liaoning Kiaxin when he scored the lone goal in his team’s 1 – 0 win over Beijing BG the Chinese League One on Saturday.

Mulenga has remained the the team’s main striker and he was again named in the starting line-up.

He scored his goal in the 40th minute.

This was his 7th goal in 7 games bringing his tally to 10 goals for the season in 13 appearances.

At 34 years, the former Chipolopolo striker has played 90 minutes in all the games that he has been available for selection.

Liaoning are currently in 7th position on 25 points with 18 games played.



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6 Comments to Jacob Mulenga scores for Liaoning to make it 7 in 7

  1. MULENGA PULU says:

    Vandenbroeck…Call Jacob

  2. Pundit says:

    This guy has character we need him to compliment Patson he brings a wealth of experience Sven consider this guy at 34 he can feature at nxt years afcon

  3. Has this guy not retired playing for the national team? He’s a scoring machine.

  4. Positive thinking says:

    This guy for me is an enigma when it comes to the national team shirt. He is one of the most successful overseas campaigners to wear the Zambia shirt. He has been successful everywhere he has been, Chetterouex, Utrecht, Turkey, and now China.

    The thing that has been difficult for him, I think, has been the Zambian system of play. In 2010, we all saw the best of Jacob Mulenga in a Zambia shirt. He and Chamanga complimented eachother so well as the twin towers or strikers during AFCON 2010. Even under Bonetti he was getting rare opportunities, but he was overshadowed by the younger faster Mayuka.

    He missed out on 2012 success, but was part of the team that failed in 2013. I recall him coming into the match and he seemed very unsure of himself and couldn’t even control the long balls that were being pumped to him.

    I wish he could get another run in the national team jersey, but it will depend on Vandenbroack’s approach. Either way, this young man (Kaili mwaiche pali ine) has had an amazing career. I am glad to have watched this lad go from strength to strength. I do miss watching highlights of Utrecht and the goals that he scored.

    I think Zamfoot should do an article about which Zambian players have had the most successful overseas careers. Jacob is probably top 5. Only Kalu and Charles Musonda or maybe even Chris Katongo can compare.

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