The forgotten and the comeback kid saw Zambia steal the spotlight in South Africa on Saturday when the PSL resumed after a month-long break.

In Durban, striker Mwape Musonda, who has not received a call-up in 12 months, scored for number 6 side Golden Arrows with a 24th minute strike in their 1-0 home win over 11th placed Polokwane City.

This was Mwape’s debut PSL goal since he joined Orlando Pirates last year who have since loaned the Zambia striker to Arrows.

Mwape left the pitch in the 59th minute.

Not far and up the road on the Low Veld in Nelspruit, in-form Collins Mbesuma led home-side Mpumalanga Black Aces to a home win against 13th positioned Ajax Cape Town via a similar scoreline to keep the hosts in 2nd place.

The Zambia striker fired in from close-range in the 42nd minute before he was substituted in the 46th minute at Mbombela Stadium.

The goal was Mbesuma’s 7th PSL goal of the season as he continues to enjoy a memorable revival of form for both club and country in 2015 .

Meanwhile, the PSL takes a Christmas break before resuming on January 8, 2016.

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  1. Keep it up King David. For as long as you keep away from shake-Shake, you can keep it up. Good for you, for your family and indeed the country.


  2. have you heard???
    Sepp Blatter and Platini have been banned for 8 solid years. Next is …………………
    african football administrators, it may be too late to clean your houses. watch out.



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