Striker Alex Ng’onga stole the show in Saturday’s FAZ Super Division Week 21 fixtures after inspiring Power Dynamos to a 4-0 home win over ailing National Assembly at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe.

Ng’onga silenced his critics with a brace to also score his fourth goal in three games for Power and took his tally this season to seven goals.

He helped put Power 1-0 ahead into the break when his cross found Lameck Kafwaya in the 2nd minute who made no mistake on the far post

Ng’onga then struck in the 52nd minute and stoppage time while Godfrey Ngwenya found the target in the 83rd minute.

Power rise to 5th on 37 points one ahead of Nkana who play Buildcon away on Sunday.

They are now eleven points behind Zesco United who are also in action on Sunday away to Forest Rangers in an Ndola derby at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.

Meanwhile, second placed Buffaloes travelled to Mazabuka to play 15th placed Nakambala Leopards where the hosts have only lost and draw twice from ten games this season.

But Buffaloes returned home to Lusaka with a 0-0 draw and have 45 points, three behind Zesco.

Down in the road in Choma, Zanaco threw away a 1-0 lead to lose 2-1 at Green Eagles.

Zanaco took an 8th minute lead through Martin Phiri but that lead lasted until the 39th minute when Spencer Sautu returned from a one-match suspension to equalize and see the two sides go 1-1 into the break.

Anos Tembo put the result beyond doubt in the 53rd minute to dispatch the seven-time champions to their seventh league defeat of the season.

Zanaco stay 3rd on 38 points but only on goal difference ahead of Kabwe Warriors.

And at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka, Warriors beat Red Arrows 1-0 away courtesy of a Bibo Bindu goal to stay fourth.

Nakambala Leopards 0-Green Buffaloes 0
Red Arrows 0-Kabwe Warriors 0
Lusaka Dynamos 2-Lumwana Radiants 1
Nkwazi 3-New Monze Swallows 1
Green Eagles 2-Zanaco 1
Nchanga Rangers 0-Napsa Stars 0
Kitwe United 4-Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy 1
Power Dynamos 4-National Assembly 0
12h30:Forest Rangers-Zesco United

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