Zambia coach Honour Janza has rued several chances his side missed in Thursday night’s 2-1 loss to Tunisia in the two team’s second Group B match at the 2015 Africa Cup.
Striker Emmanuel Mayuka and his captain Rainford Kalaba were the major players guilty of missing several great chances in Ebebiyin.
Janza criticised his players for being selfish.
“We created more chances, could have scored maybe four goals, but because of selfish egos, it’s difficult,” he lamented.
Zambia is now bottom of the group with one point, three behind leaders Tunisia who sits on four points.
“We are able to score, but we are not yet capable of defending the goal,” Janza said.
Zambia will now tackle Cape Verde in their final Group B match on Monday.
Cape Verde and DR Congo sits on two points each following their goalless draw on Thursday night.