Sunday, June 23, 2024

Power outclass Lusaka Dynamos as Mubanga and Patson hit braces

Power Dynamos outclassed Lusaka Dynamos in Kitwe beating the visitors by 4 goals to 1 thanks to a brace from Patson Daka and Kelvin Mubanga.

It was one way traffic from the start with Lusaka Dynamos’ chances reduced to occassional counter attacks.

It was a tough day at the office for Kennedy Musonda who was left alone upfront for the visitors and there was very little he could do under the watchful eye of Francis Kasonde and Billy Mutale.

Kennedy Mudenda was probing on the left from the start and once he switched to the right wing it did not take long for him to whip in a good cross which was met by the head of Patson Daka who scored with an emphatic header in the 18th minute.

Power doubled the lead in the 35th minute this time the scorer Daka turned provided after he cushioned another cross from Mudenda for Kampamba who was allowed enough time to turn in the box and slot home in a congested box.

Impressive Larry Bwalya was then fouled in the box and referee Jani Sikazwe pointed to the spot for Kampamba to complete his brace.

Daka powered home another goal home before Lusaka Dynamos pulled one back.

The Lusaka team has now conceded 10 goals in two games.

Power Dynamos moved to 53 points but remained in third position while Lusaka Dynamos remain stuck in the relegation zone on 22 points.


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  1. Very good in the air Patson. Both goals where well place headers you love to see that heading technique over and over, marvelous! Mubanga was a class act, with one of his goals the ball went through two defenders legs and he knew exactly what he was doing. The other was a penalty calmly taken. I am still doing that as a madala myself – no better feeling. Do it once suddenly the pitch opens up for you as everyone starts giving you space, i just love the nutmeg – unpredictable player! Power was a class act!!!!

    • Big Steve. My slice is still in the oven. I will only eat it when the young man starts hitting goals at the national team level. I think too many coaches put the horse before the cart on this young man. I have never watched him play, but he should have been allowed to prove himself at the junior level (which he did) and at the club level before being thrown into the fire.

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