Friday, April 12, 2024

Red hot Mbesuma propels Black Aces to win

Zambian striker Collins Mbesuma helped Mpumalanga Black Aces go second on the ABSA Premiership log after a 3-1 win over Jomo Cosmos on Tuesday night.

The 31 year old who challenged fellow PSL strikers this week to break his record of scoring 25 league goals, added Amazyoni’s second on the night to take his tally of the season
to 6 goals.

Mbesuma is set to join his international colleagues next week ahead of a mouth watering World Cup qualifier in Khartoum against Sudan.

The burly striker has been in scintillating form this season for both club and country.

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    • Was it not in the world cup qualifier that our 2012 winning team was beaten by Sudan 2-0 and we needed Fifa to help us with free points; and still drew with them in Zed???! Its okey to get energised with Collins and the other boys¨performances BUT we need to win games first and never underestimate our opponents…just my thoughts

  1. Mbesuma keep it up with that unbelievable form.We pray that you become our next Rojamilla for Zambia.If you did it last time you can do it this time arround with easy and flare.Continue working hard and keep the Focus.

  2. Best striker in the national team at the moment with Winston. Winston is a workaholic and Mbesuma feeds off well from such movements by others. Both have an eye for goal. The arrival of Luchanga on the scene offers good competition to the creative midfielders though he has time to grow his game.

    I like Mbesuma’s resilience and dedication to both his country and the love of the game. He is a big reference in our game

  3. 10 games in and a return of 6 goals. Last season over 25 games and a return of six goals, makes you wonder what happened last season!

    Mbesuma is in scintillating form at the moment. His movement off the ball is what has especially caught my eye. Go on to win that golden boot and break your own record Mbesuma. Your club president is the youngest club president in he PSL and Mvela combined, that is a sure path to fresh young ideas. Show them that you are till king.

    • Big Steve. Its the coach that has made the difference. The man has instilled confidence in Mbesuma which for a striker is the most important thing. He has a coach that believes in what he can do and has been working to get the best out of him. Very happy for Mbesuma.

      Maybe I am mistaken, but last season he was under Clive Barker, who also had great faith in him, but this Turkish guy is building on that.

  4. Yet this is the same player that orlando pirates wanted to finish.when you at orlando pirates or kaizer chiefs if get injured its means you are finish example is mbesuma himself.


  6. Winstone Kalengo reminds me of Christopher Katongo, his athletism, he is such a workaholic. Congratulations to Collins ‘King David’ Mbesuma for rediscovering your form and for being the leading goal scorer in Psl and for being the captain. Am sure you should be head and shoulders high going into the Sudan game.

  7. Mweene,mbola,chongo,sunzu,katebe,sinkala,kalaba,chisamba,lubambo,mbesuma,kalengo,munthali,jacob banda,himonde,sautu,kampamba,these should be called.Mbesuma my man i need katongo sunami chris can also be used as a super sub

    • Me also wondering and he is also mentioning Himonde, why and how? You will see someone will mention Chivuta, Felix Katongo, Isaac Chansa, soccer fans you cant understand!!!

  8. Mbesuma was named player of the month for octobe just last week.Zambian players are good at making history in South Africa and first it was Mbesuma who scored the most goals in one season since the inception of PSL and Chris Katongo just played for half of the season and scored 61 goals and was top scorer of the season that year and James Kamanga scored the most goals in one match by scoring five goals in that particular match.

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