Power Dynamos have moved in fourth place on the FAZ Super Division table after edging National Assembly 1-0 in a midweek rescheduled Week 11 match at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka.
Striker Jimmy Ndhlovu converted a 78th minute penalty that propelled Power to their sixth victory of the season.
Lusaka referee Wellington Kaoma awarded a penalty to the Kitwe side after winger Kelvin Mubanga was fouled in the Assembly box.
Power have now amassed 19 points from 9 games with three unplayed matches.
Meanwhile, Assembly remain in 13th place with 11 points from 12 games.
In another delayed midweek match, Lusaka Dynamos came from a goal down to draw 1-1 with Red Arrows in the Lusaka derby.
Festus Mbewe scored for Arrows in the 16th minute before Luka Chamanga equalised for Lusaka Dynamos seven minutes from fulltime.
Dynamos moves to 17 points but remain in seventh place while Arrows maintain 12th position with 13 points.
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