Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Mwape nets for Amazulu

Zambian striker Bornwell Mwape ended his four game goal drought on Friday evening when he scored for his club Amazulu in their 2 – 1 loss to Golden Arrows.

Mwape who has not scored in the since 4th December, 2014 netted the opening goal in his team’s Nedbank last 32 game played at Princess Magogo Stadium but Amazulu failed to hold on to the lead.

Mvela league Arrows levelled matters before half-time while Amazulu gifted them an own goal later in the second half.

Mwape scored a low drive from outside the area which neatly beat the goalkeeper at full stretch.

This was Mwape’s 5th goal since moving to South Africa.

He has managed three league goals in 13 appearances for his club.

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  1. I watched the boy yesterday; he looked very fit and showed some eexceptional mobility off the ball in his number 10 position. He reminded me of some lethal and strong west african strikers. This boy is better than Jackson Mwanza, I honestly think with Mayuka injured at the moment, he could be ripe to be propoerly unlished on the international scene. I felt like he was rushed by Herve earlier on in his career. At only 23 now, this boy could be headed places

    • World football has changed, think of strikers like Ronaldo one and two,Adriano, tall pacey athletic Rivaldo, powerful low centered Ronaldinho, Batistuta, or 6 ft 2 inches Godfrey Chitalu. You need sme1 with a physical presence upfront given its a congested area. Speed or power or guile are the rules in the penalty area! Rainford has speed and guile, Mukuka Mulenga has moderate speed no power and is predictable! Only Zambia still believes in putting up a frontline of lightweights limited in speed, power, guile.

  2. People you keep on shooting Zambian small strikers how about the Owens ,Zolas etc how were thier body wise is not the same as Kalaba and Mukuka.

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