Zambia this morning beat South African Premiership club Jomo Cosmos 7-0 in a training game in Benoni.
The game was Zambia’s first training camp in South Africa since setting up training camp in South Africa on December 27.
Coincidentally, four of Zambia’s goals were scored by former Cosmos players.
Green Buffaloes midfielder Felix Katongo scored while his brother Christopher added one goal.
Further goals from Clifford Mulenga, Collins Mbesuma, defender Hichani Himoonde and his TP Mazembe club mate Given Sunguluma.
The team will play its penultimate friendly game on Tuesday in Pretoria against South Africa at Atteridgeville when Herve Renard is expected to name his final 23-man team.
Missing from selection will be Israel based striker Roger Kola of Ashod FC who was dropped after he failed Renard’s deadline to be in camp.
Meanwhile, Zambia will later wrap-up their training camp in South Africa on January 14 against Namibia and departs for Equatorial Guinea three days later.