Mazabuka based outfit, FC MUZA, have recorded the biggest win during Week Five Super League fixtures by thumping Green Eagles 4-0.
Zambia’s CAF Confederation’s Cup envoys destroyed their fellow Southerners, Green Eagles, in Choma.
A Rickson Ng’ambi brace coupled with goals from Bob Agwenga and Andrew Phiri made Eagles nightmare a reality.
Eagles played the best part of the 90 minutes with ten men after Shapy Chikondi Njobvu was sent off for a second bookable offence in the opening 15 minutes.
At Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe, 10 man ZESCO United pulled off an impressive comeback in the second half as champions Power Dynamos took the lead in the first half.
Zega Mambo, as ZESCO United are passionately referred to by fans, were reduced to ten men in the 35th minute after Ian Otieno was sent off following a foul on Andy Boyeli.
Power then took full advantage on 39 minutes through an Austin Muwowo strike.
Boyeli doubled the lead at the stroke of halftime with Power heading into the break with a two goal cushion.
In the second half, ZESCO United needed a response and they surely did, with goals from Kelvin Mubanga Kampamba and Abraham Siankombo who restored parity against the champions.
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