Striker Alex Ng’onga on Sunday grabbed a brace to send Power Dynamos into the first round of the 2015 CAF Confederation Cup as they
defeated Al Khartoum of Sudan 2-0 in the return leg tie of the first round at Arthur Davies Stadium.

Ng’onga scored the decisive goal three minutes into second half added time from the spot as Power advanced 2-1 on aggregate.

Chadian referee Idriss Bian awarded Power a late penalty following a handball in the visitors backline.

Ng’onga had opened the scoring in the 19th minute with a solo effort after dribbling past two Khartoum defenders when he was set up by Jimmy Ndhlovu.

However, the visiting side was the first to create a serious scoring opportunity when striker Dauda Kamilou forced a save from Joshua Titima from inside the box.

Titima was again called to duty as Khartoum attempted to equalise with John Arthum shooting on target.

This win is a huge relief to Power who came into this game facing an early exit from the competition owing to the first leg defeat in Khartoum two weeks ago.

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    • My team this year is classic Zesco who can even beat Chipolopolo, but the player I always tell you guys about is “Pilato” Alex Ngonga, umwaiche is powerful. That boy need be abroad, even in South Africa temulandu.
      And good for Titima, he will take over from the now tired Mweene.


  1. Thanks for the win, boys!
    Iwe ChiNostradamus, who told you Kennedy was now tired. Even when someone is not well you still want him to perform miracles for you. Well, he’s back now and had a clean sheet yesterday in the Champions League.



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