Zambia Super League

Week 8 Post Review With Goals Recorded

Donashano Malama, Munthali and Tshimenga

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 Away Performance

The super league week 8 saw poor goal records on the away side recording only 4 and two of those are on the Zanaco side. One of the league’s big guns Power Dynamos failed to make a breakthrough at Independence Stadium with Green Buffaloes falling behind with a goal difference.


Ziyo Tembo and and Rodrick Kabwe counted on the two goals Zanaco recorded at Shinde stadium. Nkwazi’s only goal at Levy Mwanawasa stadium in Ndola saw Forest Rangers unhappy


Lusaka Dynamos, Lusaka Tigers, Mufulira Blackpool, Kabwe Warriors, Green Eagles and Nchanga Rangers embarrassed the week for the Away teams with no goal recorded. Nchanga Rangers failed to record as their match fixture was postponed

Home Performance

On the home teams a total of 13 was recorded with most goals from Zesco United as Jesse Jackson Were headed home with a double brace in addition to Chama’s goal totalling five goals that saw the humbling of the younglings Mufulira Blackpool. At Shinde Stadium a lone goal from the host, a penalty shoot by Joseph Kasongo, consoled the Mufulira Wanderers in the 2:1 loss.


League leader Nkana “Kalampa” clamped the disillusioned “Elite” Lusaka Dynamos with 3 goals behind the net. Thanks to Walter Bwalya’s converted penalty and Guilly Manziba’s thrilling play with a brace and player of the match award. The goal from Bwalya ensured him at 6 goals tally in 7 games, just trailing behind Jesse Jackson from Zesco United who is at 8 goals in 6 games toping the Premier Division Goal scorer list.


In Midlands Green Buffaloes earned 3 easy points in a victory with 2 goals against Power Dynamos. Lottie Phiri and Sebastian Mwansa ensured that ceiling for the host. Napsa Stars and Red Arrows increased their efforts with a goal for each against Kabwe Warriors and Green Eagles respectively.


Forest Rangers failed to score but conceded a goal while Lumwana Radiants earned 1 point from the goalless draw.  Nakambala Leopards had their week 8 fixture postponed.


The total goals for the week was 17 coming only third from the highest week 3 which had 21 goals with second been week 7 with recording 19 goals.

Meanwhile the Premier Division continues with Week 9 ideal schedule as

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