Kitwe giants Nkana and Power Dynamos continued to stutter in the 2019/20 FAZ Super Division campaign as they both failed to win on Saturday.
Nkana rallied to force a 1-1 draw against promoted Kansanshi Dynamos at home in Wusakile on the day Power were thumped 3-1 at Green Eagles in Choma.
Nkana needed a late penalty to equalise and salvage a point in this round five match played at Nkana Stadium.
Lazarus Phiri gave Kansanshi a 64th minute lead after beating Nkana keeper Moses Mapulanga with a long range short before Idriss Mbombo scored a penalty awarded by referee Audrick Nkole when Kelvin Mubanga was hacked in box.
Kalampa moved to seven points after picking a point from their last three matches.
Third placed Kansanshi have 10 points after five matches played.
In Choma, Guston Mutobo started his second term as Power coach with a 3-1 mauling at Green Eagles where forward Kennedy Musonda scored a brace.
Shadreck Mulungwe scored Eagles’ third goal with Martin Kayuwa registering Power’s consolation at Independence Stadium.
In the capital city, Red Arrows opened a three point lead at the top of the table after thumping Green Buffaloes 2-0 in the Lusaka derby.
Unbeaten Arrows have 13 points, three above second placed Napsa, after playing five matches.
Napsa will play their Week 5 match at Zesco United on Sunday in Ndola.
FAZ SUPER DIVISION – WEEK 5 RESULTS
Forest Rangers 2-0 Kabwe Warriors
Buildcon 0-0 Zanaco
Nkana 1-1 Kansanshi Dynamos
Green Eagles 3-1 Power Dynamos
Red Arrows 2-0 Green Buffaloes
Kabwe Youth Academy 0-2 Nakambala Leopards
Nkwazi 0-0 Lumwana Radiants
Nkana must fire both the Executive and the Technical Bench. The past results are indicating calamity to come if drastic measures are not taken now. Beston is so a traditional coach than a tactician. The executive committee is immature to build confidence in the team and kalampa supporters countrywide. It is rare that supporters act in the manner they did in Ndola. Fairly enough their action was in house of which it indicated serious concerns. We have to retain players for the past 5 years or so but kept on buying unnecessary without a vision.
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