Lusaka Dynamos Coach Patrick Phiri expressed happiness with the draw against Napsa Stars. Phiri said playing away meant a point was welcome and they are still on course for their objective of winning the league.
” We are happy with a point . Napsa said could have taken all three points but we came back and managed to get a point. We were playing away so a point is not bad and we will have enough confidence to beat them when they come to Heroes Stadium,” said Phiri
Napsa stars are still top of the log with 36 points and just 4 from second and third placed Power Dynamos and Green Buffaloes respectively.
Napsa Stars head coach Tenant Chilumba expressed disappointment to have dropped two points but was quick to acknowledge that the result was fair.
” The result was fair, But it’s a disappointing result for Napsa Stars. We have not won any of our last two games and we need to start picking up maximum points,” Chilumba said
” In the game against Nchanga Rangers we aiming for three points. It’s a youthful team and their concentration levels are not up to scratch so us the technical team need to continue working on them,” he added.
Youremember Banda opened the scoring in the 17th minute with a header from close range from a beautifully timed Collins Sikombe free kick. Chris Mugalu scored hiss 10th league goal to equalise for Lusaka Dynamos.