Zambia have 90 minutes to save their 2020 CHAN qualifying campaign after leaving Francistown with a draw.
Botswana and Zambia played out to a grinding 0-0 draw in their second round, first leg match on Friday evening.
The performance came less than two months after Zambia labored to a 1-0 win over Botswana in the 2019 COSAFA Cup final in Durban.
Zambia must now win at home on August 3 in Lusaka for them to advance to the final qualifying stage in September.
Good outing BUT be careful a 1-1 draw in Lsk will see the Tswanas advancing to the next stage
Then it comes down to permutations and mathematical concerns in the end.
How has football eluded us?
Ba Andrew Kamanga, kuwayawaya fyeee…! Kabaleya mukwai. Very fan, this guy wanted to run to CAF.?
@Thorn, success in a competitive environment can be terribly elusive without leadership. Tu kose.
Zambia could have carried the day but were unlucky as three clear cut chances went begging. Chitiya Mususu on one occasion was selfish and opted to shook at goal from a bad angle even when his friend was free waiting to finish the job. Zambia can still win in Lusaka.
I SAID IT THAT WE NEED TO REPLACE CHIYANJI BY THE JOBLESS HERVE RENARD
@kanjimaano WE NEED COMMENTS THAT CAN ASSIST THE BOYS TO QUALIFY THAT KA USELESS ADVICE YOU ARE GIVING ITS EVERYBODY KNOWLEDGE INCLUDING THE PLAYERS AND TECHNICAL BENCH THEY KNOW THAT KA AWAY GOAL ADVANTAGE SO PLEASE IF U HAVE NOTHING TO WRITE ON SOKA JUST READ OTHER PEOPLES COMMENTS
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