Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Champions League as it happened

Don’t forget there will be two Zambian Super League on Wednesday


Nkana v Muza – Woodlands Stadium

Power Dynamos v Green Eagles – Arthur Davies Stadium.


Full Time:

Manchester City 3-1 Red Star Belgrade

Kings Kangwa was introduced in the 81st minute and the Zambian did string a few passes in his short cameo.

Young Boys 1-3 RB Leipzig

Miguel Changa Chaiwa was unused substitute

Ahal 1-0 Al Fayha

Fashion Sakala played the full match as his Saudi Arabian side lost in their opening Asian Champions League match in Turkmenistan

22:33 Rodri curls in a third for City

22.09 Alvarez with an equaliser for City

21:51 Bukari scores for the Serbian giants

21:22 Serbian Champions in low block

Red Star have packed the bus at Etihad.

Still no show of Kangwa

21:00 Attention now shifts to Etihad Stadium in Manchester

We are underway with Zambian midfielder Kings Kangwa on the bench

FULL TIME: Young Boys 1-3 RB Leipzig ( Elia 33′ | Sikaman 3′, Schlager 73′ , Sesko 90′)

Sesko sealed the victory for RB Leipzig.

Miguel Changa Chaiwa was unused substitute

20:34 Kings Kangwa named on the bench

Team news: Manchester City v Red Star Belgrade – 21:00

Zambian midfielder Kings Kangwa is on the bench

20:19 Leipzig back in front

74′ Young Boys 1-2 RB Leipzig ( Elia | Sikaman 3′, Schlager 73′ )

20:07 Congolese striker scores for Young Boys

62′ Young Boys 1-1 RB Leipzig ( Elia | Sikaman 3′ )

26 year old Congolese striker Elia found an equaliser for the home side

20:05 MaFasho’s Saudi Arabian side suffer defeat

FULL TIME: Ahal 1-0 Al Fayha (Elman Tagayew 51′)

Fashion Sakala played 90 minutes but couldn’t prevent his side from suffering defeat in Turkmenistan.

19:12 Still goalless in Turkmenistan

Ahal 0-0 Al Fayha – Fashion Sakala need to up their game

19:01 Germans leading in Bern

14′ Young Boys 0-1 RB Leipzig ( Sikaman 3′)


🇨🇭 Switzerland: Chaiwa on the bench for Young Boys

Miguel Chaiwa has been named on the bench for tonight’s UEFA Champions League against Red Bull Leipzig.

Kickoff @18:45


🇹🇲 Turkmenistan: MaFasho starts for Al Fayha

Fashion Sakala has started for Al Fayha in the Asian Champions League against Ahal of Turkmenistan.

The Zambian is NOT the captaining the side.

Kickoff @ 18h00 CAT

18:00 The group stage of UEFA Champions League takes centre stage tonight.

Zambia’s interest will in Bern, Switzerland and Manchester, England.

Young Boys [Miguel Chaiwa ] v RB Leipzig – 18:45

Manchester City v Red Star Belgrade [Kings Kangwa] – 21:00

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