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Round up : Zambia Players Abroad and how they performed

Round up : Zambia Players Abroad and how they performed

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Mpumalanga Back Aces Captain Collins Mbesuma was rested as they beat relegation bound Maritzburg United 2-0.Mbesuma who is currently Leading topscorers charts still remains at 13 goals .Mukuka Mulenga was not part of the team.

Former Zanaco Man Mwape “Rocket” Musonda was not in action as Lamontivile Golden Arrows went down 4-1 on Saturday to Orlando Pirates.Mwape who was on Loan from Orlando Pirates Was released earlier in the week by Arrows as Arrows look to create room for their young talent.

Mamelodi Sundowns cruised to a 2-0 win over Jomo
Cosmos in their Absa Premiership encounter at the Lucas Moripe Stadium. Zambia National Team first choice goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene was an unused substitute for Sundowns.

Former Bloemfontein Celtic defender Davis Nkausu
returned from injury and he played 90 minutes for the
Giovanni Solinas side whose chase for a top 8 finish saw them holding Bidvest Wits to a 0-0 draw at the Bidvest Stadium in Johannesburg.

Elsewhere in the Absa Premiership, Zambian goalkeeper Mwenya Chibwe was an unused substitute for Platinum Stars and he did not play any minute of their 2-0 home defeat against SuperSport United.
Clifford Mulenga scored a superb volley to make it three goals in two weeks for Moroka Swallows who were held to a 1-1 draw by Highlands Park in their NFD encounter at the Dobsonville Stadium. Swallows fight for survival is very much on and could be helped with a win in their next encounter.

No Action for former Power Dynamos man Alex “bazo” N’gonga and his CF Moumana team as they prepare for a Caf Confederations Cup on wednesday against Egyptian opponents ENAPPI. Moumana
carry a 2 goal advantage having won the first leg 2-0.

Zamalek was held to a 1-1 draw by El Daklyeh on Thursday. Zambian striker Emmanuel Mayuka played the last 30 minutes of the match for the White Knights. Their next game is on Tuesday as they play in Caf Champions League. Mayuka is part of Zamalek SC’s official 20-player list ahead of the game against MO Béjaïa in the CAF Champions League.

Congo Brazzaville
AC Leopards where shocked by As Cheminots 3-1.Formers Zesco United Talisman Winston Kalengo Was unable to increase his goal tally but still leads the charts with 13 goals.

Zambia U-23 International Obby Chirwa was in the FC
Platinum side that was condemned to a 3-1 post-match penalty defeat in their Independence Cup encounter against Highlanders FC at the Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo.

In the Armenian Premier League, K Stars product Lubambo Musonda was in the Gandzasar Kapan squad
that played out to a goalless [0-0] draw with FC Shirak.

Former Nkana striker Ronald Kampamba was not in action for Lierse when they were handed a 2-1 defeat in their Proximus League encounter against AS Verbroedering Geel at the De Leunen Stadium.

Sunzu Stoppila was included in the Lille starting lineup in place of the suspended Renato Civelli and he played the full 90 minutes for Les Dogues to help them beat Gazelec Ajaccio 4-2 at the Stade Ange Casanova in the ‘French Riviera’ Corsica.

Rodgers Kola’s loan spell in Greece ended with him being left out of the 18 man Veria squad that was beaten 2-1 in their OPAP Super League encounter away to Asteras Tripolis.

Veria ended their season in 14th spot out of 16 teams and Kola finished the season with 1 goal from 18 games. He played a total of 13 hours for the Greek Outfit.

Evans Kangwa and Emmanuel Mbola are expected to be in action on Monday for Hapoel Ra’anana when they take on Beitar Jerusalem in a Ligat Winner Playoff encounter at the Teddy Stadium.

In the Ledman Liga Pro, on loan Sensational Zanaco FC
striker Moses Phiri came off the bench in the second half to help Academico de Viseu pick up all 3 points after edging CD Aves 3-2 at the Estadio do Fontelo.

Midfield maestro Chisamba Lungu could mark his return for injury when Ural take on Rubin Kazan in a Russia Premier League encounter on Monday afternoon.

In the Chinese Super League, James Chamanga scored
the first goal for Liaoning Whowin from the penalty spot and went on to play the full 90 minutes in their 2-2 stalemate with Tianjin Teda at the Shenyang Olympic Sports Center Stadium.

It was Chamanga’s second goal of the season and he is 2 goals away from the leading goal scorer De Ba. [Former Newcastle/ Chelsea striker]

Elsewhere in the Chinese Super League, former Utrecht striker Jacob Mulenga played 90 minutes as Shijiazhuang Yongchang forced a 1-1 draw in their away encounter with Hebei China Fortune F.C.

TP Mazembe had a comprehensive 2-0 victory in their Playoff encounter against Shark XI at the Stade des Martyrs in Kinshasa . Zambian Internationals Nathan Sinkala, Given Singuluma and Rainford kalaba all featured for Mazembe.

Compiled by : Chipolopolo DH Admin team and Soka25east

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