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Alba Iulia
Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Nkana rout Red Arrows

Sports Nkana rout Red Arrows

Defending champions Nkana continued their match up the 2014 vFAZ Super League table after thumping Red Arrows 3-0 away at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka on Sunday.

Second half goals from Simon Bwalya, Billy Mwanza and Evans Kangwa saw Nkana move to 20 points with five unplayed games.

Nkana went in front two minutes after the half time break when Bwalya headed in Kangwa’s cross from the left wing to beat keeper Ken Mumba.

Mwanza doubled the lead eight minutes later after converting a penalty awarded to Nkana by referee Wisdom Chewe after Mumba fouled Shadreck Musonda in the box.

Kangwa completed the scoring in the 89th minute when he tapped in from close range.

The Zambia striker benefited from a rebound after Bwalya’s powerful shot had hit the upright.

Nkana last beat Arrows at their backyard in 2008.

Meanwhile, Zeddy Saileti’s side is on Wednesday scheduled to face Nakambala Leopards away in Mazabuka in a delayed Week Six league match.

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[standings league_id=1]

3 COMMENTS

  1. Congrats Nkana! ……. Guys can someone tell me the weekend result for Mighty Mufulira Wanderers.

    Thanks.

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