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Sunzu scores in rare Lille start

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Zambia defender Stopilla Sunzu marked his first French Ligue 1 game in 2016 with a goal.

Sunzu scored his debut league goal for Lille since his loan move to the French club this season in a 3-0 away win over 10th positioned Nantes on Sunday.

He netted the second goal in the 58th minute after Lille had taken a 1-0 halftime lead.

The Zambia defender played the full 90 minutes in his ninth match for 7th placed Lille.

This was also Sunzu’s third competitive match this year for Lille since January when he played in a Cup ties against Guingamp and Trelissac on January 13 and 20 respectively.

Sunzu is nearing the end of a one year loan deal from Chinese clun Shenhua.

8 COMMENTS

  1. THE WORST DEFENDER I HAVE EVER SEEN WHEN IT COMES TO CHIPOLOPOLO, HOW HE FAILED TO DEFEND IN CONGO BRAZAVILLE AFTER WE WERE LEADING ONE TO ZERO

  2. Whether he played In Brazzaville or didnt Sunzu doesn’t qualify to be the worst defender anyone has ever seen unless they live in the Republic of Delusion

  3. Anyako u are the first to comment yet ulenyafye ubufi. we have a serious problem in this country. its all jealous controlling some pipo yet u cant even kick a ball. shame

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