Kitwe United coach Stephen Mwansa has hailed Chingalika’s first win in six matches posted on Saturday after thumping National Assembly 3-0 in Kitwe.
Striker Rodgers Mukenge, forward Austin Muwowo and midfielder Lupert Musonda scored at Garden Park Stadium as Kitwe posted their first victory since April 11 when they beat Red Arrows 2-1 in a Week 5 match in Lusaka.
The win in this Week 12 match has pushed Kitwe from 11th to 8th slot in the FAZ Super Division with 17 points.
“It is a good win at home. At least we have collected three points at home. We usually play well away,” Mwansa said in a post-match interview.
“So far I am very impressed with the performance of the boys. You know this is the second win at home. We are doing fine. We were lacking scoring but today we have scored three goals,” he added.
Assembly coach Oswald Mutapa branded his team’s display against Kitwe as the worst so far in the season.
“We have played better than this. This is our worst game of the season. We were able to pass the ball but we never defended as a team,” Mutapa lamented.
“Our defending was bad. We gave them too much space to play,” he said.
The Parliamentarians remain on 12 points after playing 12 matches.