‘Elite’ Dynamos rise to top
Published On June 4, 2017 » 2761 Views» By Davies M.M Chanda » Football, Sports
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Nchanga 1-3 Dynamos
‘ELITE’ Lusaka Dynamos went top of the MTN/FAZ Super League table after a convincingly beating hosts Nchanga Rangers in the Week-10 game played at Nchanga Stadium in Chingola yesterday.
Dynamos moved to 17 points one better than second placed Power Dynamos who played to a barren draw.
Substitute Chris Mugalu put the Patrick Phiri tutored side in the lead with his first touch in the 40th minute to make it 1-0 at half-time after he had come in for Simon Mulenga.
After the interval, Herman Hasswa doubled the visitors’ advantage in the 57th minute with a fine strike, before Marvin Jere put the icing on the cake with the 66th minute strike to dash Rangers hopes of a comeback.
Nchanga scored a consolation goal in the 70th but the damage was done. They remain 14th on the log with 11points.
Nkana 2-2 Warriors
NKANA missed the chance to go top of the league after being held at home by a determined Kabwe Warriors who came from two goals down to force a draw in Kitwe reports NDINAWE SIMPELWE.
The home side dominated proceedings in the early stages and it was no surprise when Simon Bwalya set up Austin Muwowo for an easy tap in to take the lead.
Warriors pushed forward looking for an equaliser but after Jacob Phiri shot wide in the 30th minute Nkana took full control of the game when Jacob Ngulube’s long range effort beat Lawrence Mulenga in Warriors goal to extend the lead.
Warriors comeback started in the 57th minute when Aaron Katebe unfortunately deflected the ball into his own net.
In the 62nd minute Lameck Kafwaya pulled level for the visitors with a long range shot which was enough to earn a point but Warriors are still looking for that first win of the season lie 17th while Nkana are now third on the log with 16 points.
Nakambala 0-0 Power
SECOND placed Power Dynamos was held to a scoreless draw in Mazabuka to miss the chance of going top by Nakamabala Leopards. Power missed the creativity of their talisman Fwayo Tembo and Godfrey Ngweya who are away to Gabon with Chipolopolo but remain the only unbeaten team in the league.
Power are second only on goal difference to their rivals Nkana and Napsa Stars who are in action today but with identical points tally of 16 points.
Wanderers 1-1 Buildcon
WANDERERS revival continued yesterday but could only settle for a draw against Buildcon at Shinde Stadium.
Maisha Chavda had put the visitors ahead midway the first half but Chrispin Sakukalanda rescued a point for the hosts 10 minutes from full time through a penalty.
Wanderers still remain rooted to the bottom of the table while their visitors are 13th with 11 points.
Blades 0-3 Nkwazi
Steward Chikandiwa scored a brace to help Nkwazi beat Konkola Blades in Chililabombwe to bounce back from last week’s 2-0 loss at the hands of Mufulira Wanderers.
Chikandiwa put the Albert Mphande coached side in the lead in the first minute before Jumbel Sakala doubled the advantage in the 31st minute for the game to go at the interval in favour of the visitors.
The host who last week were held to 0-0 stalemate by Lusaka Dynamos had nothing to offer in the second-half, as they allowed Chikandiwa to seal the win with his second goal of the day in 63 minute to help his side move to 10th on the log standings with 12points, same as Blades who dropped to 11th place.
Eagles 0-1 Forest
Kobe Chipeta was the hero when he scored a lone goal for Forest Rangers in the 30th minute to help the Perry Mutapa trained side earn maximum points away at difficult Independence Stadium in Choma.
Chipeta seems have fitted well in Mutapa’s playing style after the departure of Felix Nyaende to Zanaco beat defender Kabamba Chilibwe for pace to lob on-rushing keeper Robert Mwanza to poke home.
The win takes the Ndola outfit to seventh on the log on 15 points while Eagles who now have lost back to back games to Forest and Buildcon are 15th with 10 points.

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