Nkana moved one place up on the Stream B table of the 2019 FAZ Super Division season after edging Napsa Stars 3-2 in a midweek rescheduled match at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka.
Kalampa came from behind twice to post their first win in four matches.
Kenyan midfielder Duncan Otieno was the hero for Nkana after scoring the winner seven minutes away from full time.
Napsa led after 11 minutes with Thomas Banda’s opener which was cancelled by defender Richard Ocran from the spot four minutes later.
The home side took a 2-1 lead into the break thanks to Austin Banda’s 40th minute goal.
Nkana’s Yannick Mulenda made it 2-2 nineteen minutes after the restart as the game was seemingly heading for a draw.
Coach Beston Chambeshi’s Nkana are now sixth on the table with 22 points after playing 15 matches.
Napsa stay in fifth place with 22 points despite this home loss.
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