Mbewe bags brace as kalampa sink lumwana

Festus Mbewe bags

"It was not an easy game playing Lumwana", Nkana Coach Bestone Chambeshi said in his post-match interview. However striker Festus Mbewe scored first half brace while Idris Ilunga Mbombo contributed a goal in second half. Kalampa saw off 'Uranium Boys' Lumwana Radiants pack off with nothing. This was an impressive 3-0 win in the Week 25 match of the MTN-FAZ Super Division played on Saturday in Wusakile . Kalampa completed a double over Zeddy Saileti's men. Lumwana was already beaten down 3-1 in the first leg played in Lumwana earlier this season . Mbewe put Nkana in front on 10th minute when he rose highest to header the cross provided by veteran defender Joseph Musonda. Mbewe was again on target on 17th minute when he

Nkana Hopes For CAF Confederation

Nkana football club 2016

  Nkana hopes for caf confederation cup as they battle to finish the league in the second position. But Zesco United is equally eyeing the second position that makes the seasonal finale batttle more interesting and predictive.   As at week 32, Nkana have won 20 games, 12 at home and 8 away. Kalampa managed to keep clean sheets in 12 games.  Of the 12 clean sheets, 5 were recorded at home and 7 away from home.   Nkana (Kalampa) have lost 6 times, drawn 6, conceded 30 goals and netting 55 goals. 38 goals have been scored at home Nkana Stadium while 17 are away goals. Nkana's defence has allowed 16 goals at home and 14 away.   They have accumulated a total of 66 points

Why Kalampa Struggled Against Warriors

Nkana celebrates a goal against Power Dynamos at Arthur Davies in Kitwe

The respective twain teams were well-balanced in the opening minutes with both sides showing off superb game techniques. Though Nkana (Kalampa) had an edge with their buoyed confidence over the Magnificent Kabwe Warriors. But as the play progressed it was clear that Kalampa struggled against the visitors.   Notable at the front was Walter Bwalya (squad #10) who from much centred efforts beseemed in a hurry to stretch his goal-scoring tally and surely wasted the the greater number of the half chances which came his way. Kabwe Warriors, hence gathered up adequate confidence as the kick off was approaching the half hour mark. And the MTN FAZ super league leader Nkana was toiling to a closure of long balls and unmixed sets.   Nkana had a game