Players abroad: Patson, Mbesuma, Kalunga and Kalaba on target
Patson Daka, Rainford Kalaba, Kenneth Kalunga and Collins Mbesuma all scored for their respective clubs over the weekend.
Below is the full round-up:
In Austria Patson Daka scored a late equaliser as Redbull Salzburg fought back to draw 2-2 with TSV Hartberg in the Austrian Tipico Bundesliga encounter.
Midfield ace Enock ‘Computer’ Mwepu came from the bench to replace Smail Prevljak and put in a good 34-minute shift and was involved in the build-up to the Patson Daka goal.
In Belgium, Fashion Sakala came from the bench to replace Andrew Hjulsager in KV Oostende’s 2-1 win over KAA Gent.
Midfielder Emmanuel Banda was not included in the matchday squad.
IN DRC, Rainford Kalaba was on target for TP Mazembe as they beat DC Motema Pembe 2-0 in a DR Congo Vodacom Ligue one encounter.
Tandi Mwape put in a full ninety-minute shift while Kabaso Chongo and Nathan Sinkala were rested. Mazembe returns to league action on Wednesday as they face Rangers.
In France, Defensive kingpin Stophila Sunzu put in a full ninety minutes shift as FC Metz played to a 1-1 draw with Olympique Marseille on Saturday.
In Portugal, Kenneth Kalunga scored the only goal of the game as Benfica Castelo Branco beat Ideal by a lone goal in a Portuguese Campeonato de Portugal Prio encounter.
In South Africa, 2012 AFCON winner Collins Mbesuma scored the winning goal as University of Pretoria Football club beat Royal Eagles 3-2 in the South African second-tier Glad Africa Championship.
— #Swilo swa manyunyu (@brian_mathe) December 14, 2019
In Tanzania, Midfielder Clatous Chama met his new coach, Sven Vandenvroeck as he was introduced to the players after joining the Tanzanian giants.
— Simba Sports Club (@SimbaSCTanzania) December 12, 2019
Chama and Sven worked together when the Belgian was the coach for the Chipolopolo.
In Poland, Wing Wizard Lubambo Musonda was an unused substitute for Śląsk Wrocław in their one-all draw with Lech Poznań.
In Wales, Lifumpa Mwandwe put in a. 87- minute shift for Newtown AFC in their 1-0 win over Carmarthen Town AFC in the Walsh JD Cymru League.
— Newtown AFC (@NewtownAFC) December 14, 2019
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