Buildcon condemn Circuit to second loss in a row to go top as Zesco return to winning ways
Buildcon continue their winning run after they beat Circuit City 1-nil at Edwin Imboela Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Team Kopala who firmly set their eyes on finishing in the CAF Confederation spot opened the proceedings of week 10 games in an early kickoff at Edwin Imboela.
Chanda Mushili scored the only goal in 53rd minute to condemn the Wildcat Boys to a second lose in the space of 4 days. Lameck Banda went past the Circuit City defender after some neat footwork on the right flank and swept in a low cross which landed on striker Mushili who directed the ball into the back of the net with his knee.
Buildcon had the chances to put the game to bed but Circuit goalkeeper Wambinji stretched and pushed the ball for a corner kick to deny Buildcon a goal. Circuit aimed to catch Buildcon on a counter attack, it nearly paid them but striker Biston Banda hit the ball wide for a goal kick.
Buildcon’s physicality and stature of the players made it so hard for Circuit to penetrate the buildcon defense. Buildcon will next meet MUZA Academy at home in Ndola, MUZA has only recorded only one win so. Circuit City will be traveling to Lumwana to face Lumwana Radiant.
In the second match Match at the same venue, Struggling Napsa Stars and Nkwazi played out to a goalless draw with little chances in the match.
In Choma, Our Correspondent in Choma reports that Austin Muwowo scored a cracker of a goal but it was not enough as Tapson Kaseba’s spectacular first goal of the season and a Amity Shamende strike saw the hosts hand Forest Rangers their first defeat in six games.
In Ndola, It was back to winning ways for Coach George Lwandamina and his boys as they beat Green Buffaloes by three goals to one.
Jesse Jackson Were opened the scores in the 10th minute after being set up by Lazarus Kambole. The Kenyan however left the pitch after 33 minutes with an injury and in came Lewis Macha.
Defender Clement Mwape doubled the lead at the death of the first half. Five minutes into the second half Friday Samu reduced the deficit but with 10 minutes to go Zesco United star forward Lazarus Kambole restored the hosts lead with a brilliant strike off a Kosuke Nakamachi assist as George Lwandamina and his boys ended a four match winless streak in the league.
In Kabwe, Our Writer reports that there was jubilation after 90 minutes as the new comers, Prison Leopards recorded their first win of the season thanks to a Trust Gomezani 75th minute strike.
In Kitwe, Our Correspondent reports that Lumwana Radiants played theit lungs out to shock Nkana and record their first win over the Kitwe giants .
Musonda Siame who was lively through out the match opened the scores at the end of the first half. Fred Tshimenga levelled matters from 10 yards with a well taken penalty but Jacob Phiri had the final say in the 86th minute with a direct free kick to end their winless run against the Wusakile based outfit.
Elsewhere, The Buchi Boys continued their winless run after Nakambala Leopards edged them by a goal to nil.
MTN/FAZ SUPER LEAGUE WEEK 10 RESULTS
SATURDAY, 30 MARCH 2019
Compiled by the ZamFoot Crew
Circuit City 0-1 Buildcon
Zesco United 3- 1Green Buffaloes
(J. Were 10′, C. Mwape 45+1′, L. Kambole 80′ | F. Samu 50′)
Prison Leopards 1-0 Mufulira Wanderers
Kitwe United 0-1 Nakambala Leopards
FC MUZA 0-1 Power Dynamos
(C.Epoupa Ntouba 30′ )
Nkana 1-2 Lumwana Radiants
(F.Tshimenga 53′ | M.Siame 45+3′,J Phiri 86′ )
Green Eagles 2-1 Forest Rangers
(T.Kaseba 31′ A. Shamende 51’| A.Muwowo 58′ )
Nkwazi 0-0 Napsa Stars
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