Power Dynamos, FC MUZA record mixed fortunes in continental outings ( See details)


Zambia’s envoys to continental football, Power Dynamos and FC MUZA have recorded a loss and a draw respectively.

Power Dynamos who are representing Zambia in the CAF Champions League lost 2-1 away to Namibia’s African Stars.

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In the game played at Dobsonville Stadium in Johannesburg, former Lusaka Dynamos winger Willy Stephanus drew first blood in the 27th minute, giving African Stars a one-nil lead.

Power’s goal scoring machine Andy Boyeli scored the equaliser in first half injury time.

The momentum, however, seemed to be with the Namibians who in the 62nd minute restored their lead.

Edmund Kambanda put his name on the score sheet with a goal that proved to be the winner.

Power will be hoping to use the vital away goal to springboard them to a comeback when they face African Stars in the return leg in a game to be played at Ndola’s Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in a week’s time.

A match against Tanzanian giants Simba SC awaits Power if they can outwit African Sports next weekend.

Meanwhile, FC MUZA had a happier outing against Cano Sports of Equatorial Guinea in Malabo.

The Mazabuka outfit held the west Africans one-all in an encouraging result leaving matters evenly poised for next weekend’s return leg at Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.

Solomon Mpasela came off the bench to cancel the goal scored by Cano Sports to ensure that the Zambians earned a draw at the Estadio De Malabo Stadium.

Winner of the encounter will play Diables Noirs of Congo in the second preliminary round of the CAF Confederation Cup.

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