Zambia remained in command of Group C after Comoros collected their first points of the 2012 Africa  Cup qualifying campaign at home against Libya.

Comoros pulled off what is probably the shock result of the weekend in the Africa Cup qualifying series with 1-1 home draw against Libya this afternoon.

This was Comoros first point in the qualifiers from four games played in Group C.

The draw sees Libya drop to second place on eight points, one less than leaders Zambia who beat third placed Mozambique on four points 3-0 at home on Saturday in Chingola.

Mozambique next travel to Libya while Zambia visits Comoros in the penultimate round of Group games in September.

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13 COMMENTS

  1. Wonderful news We should qualify now because its all in our hands. We can beat Commores away and Libya at home. I think our group will produce two qualifiers.

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  2. A fine start. Let’s hope the boys stay on top. Viva Zambia! Donchi kubeba in national sports!

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  3. Great news indeed. Hopefully the boys won’t spoil the party for us. Go Zambia Go!!!!!

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  4. finally libya has choked… time for the boys to put down the foot on the peddle when we meet the islanders..\:d/\:d/**==:)]

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  5. wth so many teams from southern africa zambia can reach finals. botswana, malawi, angola, rsa and zambia zambia zambia

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  6. Chawama…..now maintain top spot & save zambians from last minute Advanced Engineering Mathematics.No complacency.Wallop comoros and beat (or hold) libya.Simple Primary maths.

    Nonchi ama nga,nga,nga………If,if,if.

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  7. Keep it up boys!! Qualify and aim for the semis as a minimum this time. BELIEVE!!!

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  8. thanks to comoros.zambia deserves to top the group.good football displayed by the boys at nchanga stadium.Kalusha was really given a wonderfull reception by the fans,that was wonderfull.mbesuma played very well but kalaba and isaac failed to cordinate,i think kalaba was moving away from his position.2012,here we come

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  9. It was a good result but we need to improve….this time its the semis we are aiming for. thanks to comoros

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  10. PFC condemns barring of journalists from Mozambique game
    By Kalumiana Kalumiana
    Mon 06 June 2011, 07:40 CA
    PRESS Freedom Committee of The Post chairperson Chansa Kabwela has condemned FAZ’s press office decision to bar a selected number of journalists from covering Saturday’s Africa Cup Group C qualifier between Zambia and Mozambique at Nchanga Stadium in Chingola.

    Selected journalists from the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation, Times of Zambia, Zambia Daily Mail and The Post were denied accreditation for being perceived to be in bad standing with FAZ.

    Kabwela said in a statement that FAZ’s decision to deny journalists the right to cover the game was unfortunate.

    “This unfortunate conduct on FAZ’s part actually goes to show why the administration of football

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  11. Iwe Shibwalya how did you do this? I was nambala one in commenting on this story and for a long time my blog was the only one here. I come back and I find you have become nambala wanu! Just how did you do this? You have connections on Lusaka Times?

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  12. Thumbs to the excelent performance put up by Zambian players. Mbesuma, Chris and rainford were outstanding. We only need to beat Comorosa to qualify for afcon 2012 finals.

    Kaliyangile David S.

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