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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Zambia advance to Cosafa U20 semifinal

Sports Zambia advance to Cosafa U20 semifinal

Zambia have advanced to the semifinals of the 2016 Cosafa Under-20 Cup in South Africa after a resounding 3-0 win over Malawi.

Zambia finished top of Group B on maximum six points from two games heading into their last four match on December 14.

Crispin Sakulanda, Patson Daka and Fashion Sakala were in target in the 25th, 74th and 86th minutes respectively.

The trio have each scored two goals each from as many games played.

Now Zambia awaits runners-up from Group D in a formality crossover match on December that will be decided on Monday when DR Congo face Comoros in their delayed match that was suspended on Sunday due to a power failure.

Mozambique league Group D on two points while Comoros and guest side DR Congo have one point heading into their final game on December 12.

9 COMMENTS

    • What’s wrong with being a Congolese? Or A Mozambican? A Malawian? A Zimbabwean? A Tanzanian? Why don’t you extend this implied derogatoriness by similarly using Americans, French or British? Inferiority complexes make blacks hate each other. Just read Steve Biko

  1. Congrats boys, except that I really doubt if big boys like Patson Daka and Fashion sakala can be under 20, those must be around 25 to 28

  2. Football age differs in any normal age,that’s y in olden days a footballer will fail many times but still keep his space in grade seven, form 3. A grade ones used to find and leave them in grade seven.

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