Zambian players in South Africa Watch: Mulenga assists as former Chipolopolo coach help Baroka to survive relegation
The South African Premier Soccer league season came to an end of Saturday with with eight highly entertaining games. Orlando Pirates secured an emphatic three nil win over Polokwane City but it was a little too late as Sundowns claimed the PSL title with a one nil win over Free State Stars.
A number of Zambian players were involved in the action with Augustine Mulenga setting up both of Thembikosi Lorch's goals while Donashano Malama and former Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda helped their teams survive relegation.
Here is a full round up :
Orlando Pirates mounted a last day challenge for the PSL with a 3-0 nil win over Polokwane City . Augustine Mulenga set up two goals and put in a 75 minute shift. Salulani Phiri put in a full ninety minutes shift for Polokwane while Justin Shonga was a second half substitute.
Mwape Musonda put in a decent 90 minute shift for Black Leopards helping them to a one nil win over Cape Town City to survive relegation. 24 year old South African defender Khomotso Isaac Masia scored the only goal of the game.
Striker Gamphani Lungu put in a decent 75 minute shift for Supersport United while defender Billy Mutale was an unused substitute in Matsatsantsa's one nil defeat at home to Highlands Park.
Zambia national team first choice goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene was an unused substitute for Mamelodi Sundowns who beat Free State Stars to win the 2018/19 South Africa Premier Soccer League.
Former Nkana captain Donashano Malama put in a full shift for Chippa United who claimed a vital one nil win over Kaizer Chiefs to survive relegation.
Former Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda' Baroka FC picked up a very important point as they played out to a one all draw with Maritzburg United.