Zanaco inch closer

CHISHIMBA BWALYA, National HeroesStadium, Lusaka
ZANACO have taken a step closer into the group stages of the CAF Confederations Cup with a win over Mali’s Binga.
Should they avoid defeat in the return leg on December 5, it will only be the fourth time in the club’s 43-year history that Zanaco will have made it to the group stage of Africa’s continental competition.
Forget their struggles in the league, Zanaco were dominant and picked up a convincing win.
A goal from Abraham Siankombo and a brace from Moses Phiri capped off a brilliant afternoon for Kelvin Kaindu’s side.
In his post-match reaction, coach Kaindu described the win as a good victory but said he did not want to get carried away by it as there was still a second leg to be played.
“We don’t want to be overconfident, this is football. We still have a return leg to be decided away.
“There is still work to be done, we don’t want to be carried away. It’s the second game we are winning in a row. We want to be psychologically and CLICK TO READ MORE

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