MUZA relegated, Zesco back at the Summit as Eagles open three point lead on a draw filled match day

Maestro United Zambia have become the first team to be relegated from the Zambia Super league to the National division one following a one all draw away in Lumwana.

Lumwana took the lead in the 52nd minute through Jacob Phiri but Emmanuel Manda leveled matters just a minute later . They were however no further goals in the match which meant te game would end at 1-1 to relagate the Mazabuka based outfit to the lower tier of Zambian football.

MUZA are bottom in Stream B with 8 points and are seven points adrift of Lumwana Radiants in 8th place witg two games left to play.

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DOUBLE HEADER AT LEVY

Zesco United have taken back charge of Stream A thanks to a 3-2 win over Red Arrows at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium. James Chamanga put Arrows in the lead just after four minutes.

Lazarus Kambole scored two goals in four minutes two put Zesco United in the lead but Arrows captain Bruce Musakanya restored parity four minutes to half time. Zesco United were back in the lead two minutes later thanks to a Enock Sabamukama strike.

In the early kick off Isaac Shamujompa scored a late free kick to help Buildcon to a narrow one nil win over Forest Rangers.

In Lusaka,

Spencer Sautu scored the only goal of the game at Edwin Imboela as Green Eagles beat Circuit City to open a three point lead at the Summit of Stream B.

At Woodlands Stadium, Power dynamos scored a late goal through Luka Chamanga to rescue a point against Napsa Stars as they played out to a one all draw.

At Sunset Stadium, Sensational Zanaco returned back to winning ways as they beat Green Buffaloes 2-1 thanks to first half strikes from Guily Manziba and Souleymanou Moussa.

At Garden park, Lusaka dynamos and Kitwe United played out to a one all draw. Lusaka dynamos scored through Aubrey Funga in the 32nd minute but John Mwewa leveled matters four minutes later.

In Mazabuka, Prison Leopards scored a late goal to hold the Sugar Boys, Nakambala Leopards 1-1.

At Nkana Stadium, Mathews Nkowani scored late in the second half to cancel out a first half Shadreck Malambo strike to make sure Nkwazi and Nkana share the spoils.

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Compiled by Zamfoot

Zesco United 3-2 Red Arrows


(James Chamanga 4′ Bruce Musakanya 41 | Lazarus Kambole 29′ 32′ Enock Sabumukama 43′)

Zanaco 2-1 Green Buffaloes


(Guily Manziba “11 Moussa Souleymanou” 1


4 | Diamond Chikwekwe 48′)

Nakambala Leopards 1-1 Prison Leopards


(Junior Zulu 24′ | Kasongo P 90+1)

Kitwe United 1-1 Lusaka dynamos


( John Mwewa 36| A.Funga 32′)

Nkana 1-1 Nkwazi


(Shadrick malambo 24′ | Mathews Nkhowani 82′)

NAPSA Stars 1-1 Power Dynamos


(Collins Sikombe 48′ | Luka Chamanga 86′)

Circuit City 0-1 Green Eagles


(Spencer Sautu 70′)

Lumwana Radiants 1-1 FC MUZA


(Musonda Kapembwa 55′ | Emmanuel Manda 56′)

Forest Rangers 0-1 Buildcon


(Shamujopa 90+3)

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