Mbombo Tshimenga dissolve National Assembly

Nkana FC duo of forward Idriss Ilunga Mbombo and Freddy 'Soutra' Tshimenga inspired Nkana to a 2-0 win over National Assembly in the Week 3 match of the MTN/FAZ Super League on Friday at Woodlands Stadium. And at Arthur Davies Stadium, Kitwe United came from a goal down to force a 1-1 draw against Power Dynamos. Nkana's redemption came on as early as 3rd minute through Mbombo before Tshimenga doubled the lead on 34th minute to make it 2-0. Friday's win has pushed Nkana to 3rd position on 6 points from 2 matches played with one game in hand against Buildcon FC while Assembly lie 11th on the log after 3 matches played. Power were the first to score through Kelvin Kampamba assisted by

National Assembly Host Nkana Aiming to Bounce Back

The MTN/FAZ Super League enters Week 3 on Friday with Nkana traveling to Lusaka to face the Parliamentarians National Assembly at Vodafone Stadium. Assembly are coming from the 1-0 defeat at the hands of Power Dynamos on Sunday. The Parliamentarians lie 8th on the table with 3 points from 2 matches played while Nkana sits on 5th position on 3 points after playing one match. Assembly are yet to record a win against Nkana since 2010. Nkana on November 23, 2014 ran rampage demolishing Assembly 6-0 in a Super League Week 30 match at Woodlands Stadium now Vodafone Stadium. Kalampa have claimed 6 wins against the Parliamentarians with 2 draws between them. From the past 8 encounters, Nkana have scored 16 goals compared to Assembly's 4 . Head-to-head

Mamelodi Sundowns Stunned by Young Nkana

Isaac Zulu, Mubanga Mulenga and Nelson Kayula scored a goal each as Young Nkana downed Mamelodi Sundowns 3-2 on Wednesday at Nike Training Centre at the on going Future Champions-Gauteng 2018 Tournament in Soweto, South Africa. And Ado Deen Haag have qualified for the Semi finals after beating Highlands Park 3-2. Nkana scored first through Zulu on 12th minute capitalizing on the blunder made by Sundowns goalkeeper. Sundowns equalised on 30th minute through Cassius Mailula before Thato Matli extended the lead to 2-1 before half time. In 55th minute, second half Substitute Mulenga slotted in the equalising goal for Nkana making it 2-2. Substitute Kayula sealed the victory for Nkana with his stupendous free kick on 60th minute taking the lead to 3-2. Nkana finish second

Buffaloes Turn off Chingalika Hunt

mtn faz football Zambia super league

Green Buffaloes Turn off Chingalika Hunt. Army sponsored side Green Buffaloes welcomed Kitwe United to Super League with a clean 2-0 defeat at Garden Park in the Week One match of the FAZ Super League on Sunday 18th. And in Ndola, big spenders Buildcon FC were handed a 1-0 beating by National Assembly goal courtesy of Captain Peter Mwangani. National Assembly bounced back to super division after a two year absence. Buffaloes scored through Youremember Banda and Aubrey Chellah both goals in the second stanza after the two sides went goalless at half time. Dynamos At Arthur Davies Stadium, a Alex Ng'onga brace helped Power Dynamos edged out Kabwe Youth Academy by 4-2. Dynamos opened the scoring on 13th minute through Reagan Nkuy Ndama but

Zambia Super League 2018 Openers

Kitwe double header

Zambia super league 2018 openers in Kitwe see long awaited United who welcome Green Buffaloes at Garden Park in the MTN/FAZ Super League Week one match. United will be hoping to record a positive result against the Army sponsored side that was booted out of the 2018 Total Caf Confederations Cup by Almasry of Egypt. Buffaloes head into this match as favorites to win but should not underrate this determined Kitwe side. The match kick start at 15h00. At Arthur Davies Stadium, Power Dynamos entertain Kabwe Youth Academy at 15h00. This will be Kelvin Kaindu's first competitive match in charge as Dynamos Coach. Power and Kabwe Youth are meeting for the first time in the history of the FAZ Super League.   FAZ/MTN SUPER DIVISION WEEK