Napsa football club played out to a two all draw against Green Buffaloes football club in a week seventeen MTN/FAZ Super League encounter at woodlands stadium today.
On paper the match looked easy for the pensioneers looking at their home games this season but that was not to be the case as they were held to a 2-2 draw by the Soldiers.
Speaking to the ZamFoot Crew after the match Napsa coach Mohammad Fathi is still optimitic of a top four finish.
“We conceded two goals, we missed alot of chances but we played an attacking football which is good, but we need to sharpen our striking force to make sure we win our next matches,” he said.
“Our top target is to stay in the top four, we still have seventy games to go and our next game is against mufulira wanderers at home, there is not easy game and so there is not time to relax.”
Napsa stars have now gone three games without a win and had to come from behind twice against Green Buffaloes to force a draw.
The draw with Green Buffaloes drops napsa to third position behind new log leaders Green Eagles and Nkana.