Nkana continues losing streak, as Dynamos hold Konkola (See other Super League results)


Nkana have continued their losing streak after suffering defeat for the third successive time this season in the Super League.

Despite Nkana changing personnel on the technical bench, they suffered a slender one-nil loss away to Green Eagles.

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Earlier this week, Nkana sent head coach, Beston Chambeshi, on administrative leave with First Assistant coach George Chilufya taking charge of the 13-time champions.

Chilufya leading the technical bench was, however, not enough to inspire Kalampa to victory, with Eagles having the last laugh courtesy of a Freddy Michael goal in the 75th minute of the match played at Independence Stadium in Choma.

Elsewhere, the most decorated club in Zambian football history Mufulira Wanderers threw away a 2-goal lead at Shinde Stadium to draw against Kabwe Warriors.

Wanderers who are undefeated so far this season thought they had bagged all three points through a Clive Biyeta brace in the 11th and 24th minute of the match.

But goals by Prince Mumba in the 60th minute and a late equaliser by Mathews Tolopa on 86 minutes denied the famous Mufulira team a morale boosting win.

Champions Power Dynamos were held nil-all away to Konkola Blades while NAPSA Stars also played out a scoreless draw at home to Kansanshi Dynamos.

Zambia’s envoys in the CAF Confederations Cup FC MUZA beat Mutondo Stars 2 goals to nil with Kelvin Mwanza and Andrew Phiri finding the net in the 15th and 47th minute of the match respectively.

Nkwazi edged ZESCO United one-nil in a match watched by Chipolopolo coach Avram Grant at Edwin Imboela Stadium.

The result means that Nkwazi shot to the top of the Super League.

Meanwhile bankers, ZANACO suffered a 2-nil defeat away to Trident FC in Week three of the FAZ MTN Super League.

Despite the defeat, the bankers are second on the table.

Week three of the league continues on Sunday when Forest play Red Arrows while Prison Leopards will face Green Buffalos which will be the last fixtures before the international break.

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