NAPSA demolish ZANACO, as Mufulira Wanderers pull surprise against Red Arrows (See all results)


Newly promoted Mufulira Wanderers pulled off a shock result by narrowly beating Zambia Air Force outfit Red Arrows in a week five Super League match.

A Tresor Ilunga goal in the 58th minute was enough to ensure that Arrows left Shinde Stadium empty handed.

Read more: CAF Cup: How Congolese side, Diables Noirs, beat FC MUZA 2-1 at National Heroes Stadium

Meanwhile, coach Ian Bakala faced his former club Forest Rangers for the first time after switching allegiance to Nkana last month.

However, Bakala’s return away at Forest Rangers was not a happy one.

Chitoshi Chinga struck a 70th minute winner to compound Bakala to a miserable return at the hands of his former employers.

Elsewhere, NAPSA Stars demolished ZANACO 3-0.

Goals from Chaniza Zulu, Zikiru Adams and Boster Siyoma ensured that the pensioners comfortably defeated the bankers at Lusaka’s Woodlands Stadium.

In the Kabwe derby, magnificent ‘Kabwe Warriors narrowly beat Prison Leopards via a 2-1 scoreline.

Field Kandela struck a 90th minute winner to ensure the visitors stole all three points.

The match was evenly poised moments before that at one-all after a Landu Miete 27th minute goal for Leopards was cancelled out ten minutes later by Ocean Mushure.

Elsewhere, Trident and Mutondo Stars played out a nil-nil stalemate while Nkwazi were also held by Kansanshi Dynamos by the same scoreline at Edwin Imboela Stadium.

Meanwhile Konkola Blades and Green Buffaloes drew one-all.

Golden Mashata scored in the 67th minute for Green Buffalos.

However, eight minutes later Francis Mubanga drew level with a 75th minute equaliser.

WARNING! All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express permission from ZAMBIA MONITOR.

Suicide bomber kills dozens, injures many in central Somalia

Previous article

Anti-govt protests over economic crisis enter third day in Ghana, 49 arrested

Next article

You may also like


Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Sports