Zesco United coach George Lwandamina has admitted their win over his ex-club Mighty Mufulira Wanderers was a one-sided match.

Zesco breezed passed Mighty 4-1 at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola on Sunday to handed the promoted 9-time league champions with three first half goals in the opening 40 minutes.

“It was a one-sided game unfortunately,” Lwandamina said.

“I know Wanderers; they play good football, ground football, but we put them under pressure and we forced them to make mistakes.

“You know, they are still a young side and they cannot play under pressure.”

Zesco cruised to victory thanks to goals from Cletus Chama who put the hosts ahead from the penalty spot in the 16th minute, Winston Kalengo headed in the second in the 27th minute before Jackson Mwanza added the third in the 38th minute to ease them into halftime.

Kenyan defender David Odhiambo made it 4-0 in the 63rd minute before Moses Lolozi scored Wanderers’ consolation from a penalty after a handball by the former in stoppage

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  1. Lwandamina iwe ulesepa itimu lyobe itimu lyacalo! Wikesako ku section 3B ku Kantanshi kumwenu ukaponoka.


  2. Inexperience showed in that game. Mighty is a team full of young players. We are in a learning curve but shall bounce back against Green Eagles at Shinde. It was a good exposure to the young boys. am sure they have learnt something from the defeat.


  3. We expected a defeat. All we do now is hold our heads high! No fear no surrender! Ichimutunta chilalya! Go Maite!



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