Players Abroad: Patson Daka and Rodrick Kabwe on target…As Mwepu assists in midweek action
Patson Daka and Rodrick Kabwe found the back of the net while Enock Mwepu set up a goal as Zambian players around the world returned to action in midweek with their respective clubs.
In South Africa, Rodrick Kabwe scored from the spot as Black Leopards drew 1-1 with TTM. Justin Shonga put in a full shift for TTM.
— Black Leopards FC (@lidodaduvha) December 16, 2020
Winger Augustine Mulenga played the first 58 minutes of Amazulu’s 2-0 loss to Golden Arrows.
Elsewhere, Austin Muwowo was an unused substitute for Orlando Pirates who beat ten Man Chippa United 1-0 on Wednesday evening.
In Tanzania, Clatous Chota Chama put in a full shift for Simba SC who edged KMC 1-0 in the Tanzania Vodacom Premier League.
Larry Bwalya was left out of the matchday squad.
In Austria, Striker Patson Daka came from the bench to score a goal while Midfielder Enock Mwepu set up the final goal as Redbull Salzburg thrashed Rapid Wien 6-2 to progress to the quarter-finals of the Austrian Cup.
They will face Austria Wien in the quarter-finals. Daka has managed to score five times in the cup so far.
In Belgium, Fashion Sakala was not part of the KV Oostende side that suffered a 2-1 away defeat at the hands of giants RSC Anderlecht on Tuesday.
In Israel, Lameck Banda and his Maccabi Netanya teammates played out to a 2-2 draw with UEFA Europa League campaigners Maccabi Tel Aviv.
In Poland, Winger Lubambo Musonda is expected to be in action for Śląsk Wrocław who are away to Warta Poznań this evening.
In Russia, Klings Kangwa put in a full shift while Evans Kangwa was a second-half substitute for Arsenal Tula who was unfortunate to suffer a third straight loss at the hands of Rotor Volgograd.
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