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Alba Iulia
Saturday, January 25, 2020

Zanaco squander valuable home lead

Sports Zanaco squander valuable home lead

Zanaco have bee handed a mountain to climb in the 2016 Confederation Cup after they squandered a lead to draw at home against Stade Gabesien on Tunisia on Saturday.

Gabesien came from behind to finish 1-1 in a second round, first leg match played at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka.

Roderick Kabwe put Zanaco ahead in the 26th minute but Ahmed Hosin equalised into the 66th minute.

The two sides meet in midweek during the dates of April 19-20 to decide who goes through to the pre-group stage of the competition.

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  1. Meanwhile Zega overhauled Stade Malien 3-1 n can afford to feature a reserve side in the return leg ( Ndola ) Congrats Zesco, job well done!

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