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EVANS Kangwa (left) being chased by Algeria’s Aissa Mandi during an Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match in Blida Thursday, which the home team won 5-0. PICTURE: AFP

Chipolopolo seek revenge against Mali

MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe
AFTER two days of working on the mistakes spotted in Friday night’s 1-0 defeat to Mali, it remains to be seen what improvement the Chipolopolo will show in the second international friendly in Bamako tonight.
Interim coach Moses Sichone is expecting a good result.
“The first game we saw the intensity and I must confess Mali has a strong team but we played with instructions and I am happy with the performance. It showed that we can be able to beat Mali and this is what we expect. It is a motivation to play in a big crowd. It is up to the players how they will react to the crowd,” Sichone said in an interview yesterday.
“Evans [Kangwa] is one of the experienced players that we have in the group. It is sad that he is injured [but] that is why we have other players that want to prove that they can still replace him. We intend to give the other guys a chance CLICK TO READ MORE