πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡² Lusaka Dynamos thrash struggling Zanaco as Warriors edge Red Arrows
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πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡² Lusaka Dynamos thrash struggling Zanaco as Warriors edge Red Arrows

Sensational Zanaco's winless run has continued after they were handed a humiliating 3-1 defeat by Lusaka Dynamos this afternoon at Nkoloma Stadium.

The Bankers came into the match on the back of a seven-match winless run and we're hoping to get back to winning ways.

Lusaka dynamos drew first blood just 16 minutes into the match as Ocean Mushure scored with a powerful thunderbolt from outside the 18-yard area to put the hosts in the lead.

The lead did not last long however as Souleymanou Moussa slotted home from inside the area to level matters just a minute later. Baba Basile put Lusaka dynamos in the lead three minutes tapping home from close range with the Zanaco defense ball watching inside the area.

TOASTER SUBSTITUTION

Following the two goals conceded by Zanaco head coach Numba Mumamba decided to withdraw goalkeeper Toaster Nsabata and replaced him with the U23 national team goal minder Mangani Banda.

Ian Bakala had to make a forced substitution a minute to halftime after Monga Ndala was rushed to the hospital after he collided with Roger Kola. Arakaza MacArthur came on to replace him.

Sensational Zanaco were handed a golden opportunity to level matters three minutes into the second stanza after a Lusaka dynamos defender was judged to have handled in the box.

Souleymanou Moussa stepped up but his effort was very weak and MacArthur saved it, Moussa had a second chance but the Cameroonian fluffed the rebound.

Aubrey Funga extended Lusaka Dynamos' lead twelve minutes into the second half thrashing a powerful thunderbolt into the roof of the net.

MUSHURE REDCARD

Lusaka Dynamos were reduced to ten men after Zimbabwean left-back Ocean Mushure was given matching orders twelve minutes to time.

Mushure was handed a second yellow card for time-wasting to reduce Lusaka dynamos to ten men for the remainder of the match, 3-1 the match finished.

In the second match, Jimmy Ndhlovu scored the only goal of the game as Kabwe Warriors edged Red Arrows 1-0 to make it three wins in a row.

MTN/FAZ Super League week 16| Sunday, 5th January 2020

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Lusaka Dynamos 3-1 Zanaco FC

(Mushure 18', Basile 22', Funga 57' I Souleymanou 19')

Red Arrows 0-1 Kabwe Warriors
(J. Ndhlovu 14')