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Alba Iulia
Friday, August 7, 2020

‘Chingalika’ Kitwe United cuts Blades lead

Sports 'Chingalika' Kitwe United cuts Blades lead

Kitwe United have cut Konkola Blades’ lead at the top of the FAZ Division One Zone Two table to just one point after beating the Chililabombwe side 1-0 at the weekend.

Striker Emmanuel Chabula scored after 11 minutes as Chingalika stunned the home side at Konkola Stadium to move from third into second place.

Kitwe have completed a double over Konkola whom they thumped 2-0 in the reverse fixture at Garden Park Stadium in Kitwe.

The Buchi Boys now sit on 32 points, one behind Konkola after 17 matches played.

Elsewhere, Gomes Wanderers dropped from second to third place following a 1-0 defeat at Ndola United.

Congolese striker Everist Kayembe scored a first half goal in this Ndola derby played at Musa Kasonka Stadium in Masala.

Sixth placed Ndola increases their tally to 27 points while Gomes remain stuck on 29 points after 17 matches played.


Bresimar United 1-0 Chambishi
Kalulushi Modern Stars 2-0 Copperbelt Buffaloes
Mining Ranngers 0-0 FQMO Mining
Konkola Blades 0-1 Kitwe United
Indeni 3-0 Zesco Solwezi
Kansanshi Dynamos 1-0 Chingola Police
ZNS Lwamfumu 2-2 Roan United
Ndola United 1-0 Gomes Wanderers

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