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Mine Police beat ‘Parliamentarians’

By MULWANDA LUPIYA
POLICE 2 ASSEMBLY 1
KONKOLA Mine Police yesterday scored two late goals to beat National Assembly in a Super Division Week 20 match at Nchanga Stadium in Chingola.
Substitute Musonda Kapembwa put Assembly in the lead on 80 minutes after dispossessing Clement Mwape and fired a low shot past goalkeeper Evans Chewe.
Kapembwa replaced Aaron Silwimba in the 79th minute.
FIFA referee Janny Sikazwe sent Assembly coach George Kapembwa to the stands in the 87th minute for unsportsmanlike behaviour.
With Assembly ‘smelling’ victory, Police defender Warren Kunda pounced on a rebound after Mwape’s freekick was blocked in the 92nd minute and a minute later Emmanuel Phiri stabbed home the winner.
Assembly have 25 points while Police moved to 15th position with 17 points.
RANGERS 0 ARROWS 0
In an early kick-off at Nchanga Stadium, coach Albert Kachinga could not guide Red Arrows to victory over his former employers Nchanga Rangers.
Kachinga was an assistant to Fighton Simukonda until two weeks ago when Arrows handed him the top job.
But it was Rangers who had an upper hand when referee Francis Lombe cancelled Patrick Kabamba’s goal in the 22nd minute after Spencer Ngalande fouled goalkeeper Kenny Mumba.
Arrows striker Francis Kombe, who was voted man-of-the-match, dribbled past three defenders but shot straight at goalkeeper Toaster Nsabata on 39 minutes.
Rangers have 23 points, four better than Arrows.

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