Buildcon suffers from radiation shocks over the weekend negotiating for advancement in week 5/6 of the Zambia super league. Elsewhere a shock to Dynamos from the oil boys and a stalemate for Numba Mumamba.
1 BUILDCON vs LUMWANA RADIANTS 2
Two atomic blasts in the 66 and 71st minutes from Felix Nyaende exposed the Ndola Building to high levels of Lumwana Radiation bringing it down to ruins.
Lumwana Radiants who came into the match looking like a house torn apart with their head coach in the starting line up pulled a shocker in Ndola.
The match was all equal and square with the balance of power in possession level before the unthinkable happened.
A sweet Interchange of passes from the routine Radiants attack had the ball running in the path of Nyaende who blasted it into the net to put Radiants ahead.
Five minutes later, Nyaende sweetly connected from close range to complete his quick fire brace. Buildcon pulled one back in the dying minutes through Jafaru but it was too late , too little.
1 INDENI vs Power Dynamos 0
There was a troupe of acrobats in Indeni when the stubborn Newcomers unleashed their talons on overconfident Power Dynamos.
Indeni pulled another shocker of the day when striker Ilombe Mwepu struck the yellow submarines with a stunner in the 54th minute and that’s all the oil boys needed to collect maximum points and the second victory of the season in a row.
Further drama popped out when Power Dynamos’ bad boy Alex Ngonga received a red card on his return after a season-long absence.
1 Zesco v Green Buffaloes 1
In Ndola, a drama packed week six got rounded up with another block buster of intriguing football when Zesco United held Green Buffaloes in a one all stales mate at Levy Mwanawasa stadium.
Green Buffaloes who dominated play could have gotten ahead in the 65th minute when the referee awarded them a dubious penalty but captain Jack Chirwa blasted it into the pregnant clouds.
The captain however covered up his disgrace ten minutes later when he scored a screamer from outside the box.
Jack Chirwa collected a loose ball with poise droppedd his shoulder, opened his body, picked his spot and smashed the ball with ferociuos penache and Green Buffaloes took the lead.
When all was said and done, the best of Kalimande (Zambian football drama) kissed the terraces. Substitute Luwawa sent a telling cross into the Buffaloes box and Enock Sakala sneaned in a text book header for Zesco to retore parity as the two giants shared the spoils.
Elsewhere on the continent, NAPSA Stars put up a five star perfomance in Comoros Islands as they beat Ngazi 5-1. In Lesotho a 14th minute strike by Idris Mbombo was all Nkana needed to beat Bantu F.C in a Champions league encounter.