Experienced striker Luka Lungu scored a brace as Power Dynamos stunned Nkana 2-1 at Arthur Davies Stadium on Saturday to record their first derby win over Kalampa in three years.
Lungu scored in each half in this action packed Week 22 tie watched by a huge crowd to help his coach Tenant Chilumba register his first derby win over Nkana.
It was a game in which both sides missed several chances in either half.
Lungu headed the home side in front in the 39th minute against the run of play after benefiting from a poor clearance by Maybin Chishimba inside the box.
However, Freddy Tshimenga restored parity four minutes later to ensure that the two teams went to the break with a 1-1 score-line.
The game seemed to be heading for a draw before Lungu slotted in the clincher six minutes from time after walking into the box with the ball before beating Nkana keeper Scot Ngokene with a low shot from a tight angle.
Meanwhile, Power had goalkeeper Allan Chibwe to thank for denying Nkana several scoring opportunities.
Chibwe, who was fantastic through out the match, was called to action as early as the first minute before he denied Walter Bwalya and Jimmy Ndhlovu great chances all in the first 20 minutes.
Power Dynamos 2-Nkana 1
Green Buffaloes 1-Nchanga Rangers 1
National Assembly 1-Nkwazi 0
Lusaka Dynamos 0-Napsa Stars 1
Zanaco 0-Nakambala Leopards 0
Green Eagles 0-Red Arrows 1
13h00: Forest Rangers-Mufulira Wanderers
15h00:Zesco United-Konkola Blades
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