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Week 19 of the MTN FAZ Super League: A Recap of Fixtures and Results

Week 19 of the MTN FAZ Super League: A Recap of Fixtures and Results 1

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The MTN super league kicked off week 19 with a bang, as fans witnessed thrilling matches filled with both victories and defeats. Here’s a rundown of the Saturday and Sunday results:

Week 19 Saturday Results

  • In the match between Chambishi and Green Buffaloes, the latter emerged victorious with a score of 0-3. Goals were scored by Nicholas Mulilo in the 26th minute, Daniel Chama in the 75th minute, and George Ngoma in the 75th minute.
  • FC MUZA secured a 1-0 win against Green Eagles, with Mwiya Mwiya scoring the winning goal in the 53rd minute.
  • Forest Rangers and Kabwe Warriors ended their match in a 1-1 draw. Moyela Libamba scored for Forest Rangers in the 43rd minute, while Bartuel Tembo scored for Kabwe Warriors in the 13th minute.
  • Lumwana Radiants and Power Dynamos played out a goalless draw.
  • Nchanga Rangers secured a 2-1 win against ZANACO. Christian Saile scored twice for Nchanga Rangers in the 11th and 62nd minutes, with Wilson Chisala scoring for ZANACO in the 48th minute.
  • Nkana secured a 2-1 win against Buildcon. Lameck Kafwaya scored for Nkana in the 47th minute, Harrison Chisala scored for Nkana in the 61st minute, and Davies Bwalya scored for Buildcon in the 68th minute.
  • In the match between Prison Leopards and Kansanshi Dynamos, the teams ended in a 1-1 draw. David Obashi scored for Prison Leopards in the 69th minute, while Bruce Musakanya scored for Kansanshi Dynamos in the 15th minute.
  • ZESCO United secured a convincing 3-0 win against Red Arrows. Collins Sikombe scored twice in the 66th and 67th minutes and scored again with a Penalty in the 90th minute.

Week 19 Sunday Results

On the Sunday encounter of the Zambia super league, full-time results were stunning as follows:

  • The pensioners Napsa Stars showed their best form against Nkwazi football club with the only goal from Fredrick Mwimanzi who let it in in the 29th minute.

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