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Arrows, Zanaco confident of finishing well

RED Arrows midfielder Felix Bulaya dribbles his way into the Royal Leopards box during Saturday’s CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round, first leg at National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka. Arrows won 2-1. PICTURE COURTESY OF RED ARROWS FC

ROBINSON KUNDA, ELIZABETH CHATUVELA
Lusaka
ZANACO coach Kelvin Kaindu and his Red Arrows counterpart, Chishi Mbewe, are confident that their teams will progress to the second round of CAF inter-club competitions after registering wins in the first legs.
Zanaco comfortably beat Akonangui of Equatorial Guinea 2-0 away to move one step into the second round while Arrows edged Young Buffaloes of Eswatini 2-1 at National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.
Kaindu said winning away is a good start but it should not make the team relax.
“I think it was a good result for us, it is never easy to get a victory when you play away from home especially when you are given the reception that we were given,” Kaindu said.
“The reception was not okay before and after the match but on the pitch we did our best and for us to get two goals without conceding is a plus for the team.”
He said the Bankers are enjoying a huge advantage after scoring two unanswered goals.
“We will still be playing at home and CLICK TO READ MORE




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