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Alba Iulia
Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Green Eagles continue to shine as all four Zambian clubs advance

Sports Green Eagles continue to shine as all four Zambian clubs advance

Green Eagles advanced to the first round of the 2018/2019 CAF Confederation Cup after beating Young Buffaloes of eSwatini 3-2 away on Wednesday to go through 5-2 on aggregate.

Debutants Eagles thumped Buffaloes 2-0 in the first leg tie of the preliminary round played in Choma last week.

In the return match, Eagles had scored through two-goal hero Anos Tembo and Spencer Sautu before the home side attempted to come back into the game with second half goals.
Tembo registered his goals in the 10th and 28th minutes with Sautu scoring after 14 minutes.

Dlamini Phiwa grabbed a second half brace with goals in the 76th and 84th minutes.

However, Coach Aggrey Chiyangi held on to the 3-2 lead to advance.

In the same competition, Green Buffaloes on Wednesday forced a goalless draw at Al Merrick Juba in South Sudan to advance to the first round with a 2-0 aggregate score-line.

Meanwhile, Zesco United and Nkana have all advanced in the CAF Champions League.


  1. This is good for our football it strengthens our league and our players became more marketable outside the country. I would like to encourage the players from all the teams to work hard and exhibit discipline if they are to succeed as a club and as individual players as well.

    • Very good LT.
      Eagles and Buffaloes need be commended, they have no luxury of recruiting foreign players.
      Immigration system in Zambia is very tough.
      George Wear’s son plays in USA national team, and he useless player.

    • They are not faring well my brother. This is only the preliminary round. The real test will be next round. Anyway Kamanga must go

  2. The exposure of previously unknown players like Anos Tembo will give the national team coach more players to choose from

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