By: Raphael Mukulukusha./0962155131.

KENNEDY MWEENE.
The captain of the side booked himself a ticket in the stands as he watched his kingpin defense carryout the whole processions. The AFCON winning goalie was called for duty and only to make a notable shambolic blunder of the century by gifting Mendy an easy tap in and 2:1 scoreline it was. That drastically dropped his points.
3/10.

SOLOMON SAKALA.
The young man accounted himself well as he put up a good fight to prove his doubters wrong . His marking and timing was something worthy uploading👏
7/10.

LAWRENCE CHUNGU.
The ‘no nonsense” left back made good overlaps and he made good killer crosses into the box.He pocketed Guinea’s danger man as he enjoyed work in office.
8/10.

KABASO CHONGO.
The TP Mazembe strong man marshalled very well and the defense looked calm in his presence.
He won aerial duels which kept Chipolopolo completely out of danger.
7/10.

STOPILA SUNZU.
It took this man’s experience to put Zambia in an early lead which later stabilized the home side. His vital header was all that everybody needed to regain the AFCON trust and respect that everyone had for him.
9/10.

NATHAN SINKALA.
What an anchorman and experienced player he is,when everyone thought he was a tired leg ,fantastic display.

He kept the opponents on their toes as he created more spaces for midfield geniuses to operate by winning almost all the tassels.
8/10.

LUBAMBO MUSONDA.
The Armenian wing wizard started slowly as his mates kept him out of action in the early minutes. Immediately he started getting involved the story changed and his swaying antics and pace was a nightmare to the opponents.

In second half he looked abit too jittery and was favourite for first substitution.A few minutes later, BOOM! ,he fired a thunderbolt shot which almost went in but thanks to the heavens, the ball went high.
later in the dieing minutes he calmly picked up Chungu’s cross but only to settle for woodwork.
7/10.

CLATOUS CHAMA CHOTA.
“Tripple C” is arguably one of the best midfielders with killer instinct, Only a few of us predicted he was to start in that game.
Him and Mwepu’s combo gave the Zambian fans a wonderful night to remember even forgetting that the nation was wallowing in abduct poverty. SIGHS!.

He menaced the midfiled before unleashing that killer assist for Inspector Shonga to easily convert.
9/10.

ENOCK MWEPU.
This Corei7 and 1TB computer is a complete machine which is difficult to describe,simply PHENOMENAL. His football IQ was too much to easily orchestrate the midfield and really enjoyed Triple C’s company. Football looks so simple when he steps on that gear.
Coach’s decision to withdraw him was a more tactical change to rest him for the next assignment, because SCAN was already completed,,,lolest!.
8/10.

JUSTIN SHONGA.
Inspector Shonga is on fire as he grabbed his third goal out of three under Sven’s reign.
The Orlando Pirates talisman is one to bank on for the future. His conversion rate is so mesmerising. Later, he paved way for Shamujompa Isaac to solidify the lead.
My man of the match.
9/10.

AUGUSTINE MULENGA.
The Orlando pirates forward played his lungs out as he made both offensive and defensive runs to unstabilise the opponents. Always good at fighting for balls and making deep cuts and crosses into the opponent’s box only for his mates to shake the immaculate Nimbus clouds as they fired over the bar.
Patson Daka tried his lucky on his position too.
7/10.

#SUBSTITUTES.
The boys accounted themselves well to ensure the lead was protected despite gifting Guinea that unnecessary goal.
4/10.

TECHNICAL BENCH.
The coach Sven Vandenbroek and his mates produced a lineup with vigorously burning cylinders right from the start as they produced some high-Octane football verve.

The opponents disappeared as though Kitwe’s black mountain was shifted from Copperbelt to Lusaka(God forbid) to claim their lives.
Passes were amazing and wing play so fantastic.
The subs almost haunted us but thank God we won and everyone is celebrating despite spending more monies on fuel😌
98% display 🙌🤝.

#FANS
100% turnout, big up to you all that traveled despite all the economic challenges that the nation was undergoing.🙌.
Come learn some real chimwemwe dance .

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