Nkana end Warriors unbeaten run

It was to be decided by a coach who had read the first half better and in the end Bestone was better placed after the half.

Warriors was the better side of the first half as they controlled the midfield which looked very strong while Nkana kept defending the onslaught attacks from the host. Without a doubt the best performing player of the first 45 was Emmanuel Okutu who was always a thorn in the defence of Nkana.

In the second half, BC pushed Iddriss upfront more and that decision exposed Kabwe Warriors as he scored two quick balls in the space of ten minutes.

Kabwe Warriors will rule the missed chances in the first half and perhaps on the day they will feel hurt done by the match officials who clearly failed to handle the intensity of the game.

It’s a very good win for Nkana who go 3rd with a game in hand and they push Kabwe Warriors out of the top four. Warriors are now on 5th position on 18 points, same with Power Dynamos but differ on goals forced.

In Lusaka, Chris Kaunda continued his fine run with a win against Nchanga Rangers and that counts to three wins and a draw from the time he took over. He is in good form.

There was nothing to separate Zeddy Saileti and Elijah Chikwanda as they played to a 0-0 draw .Both remain in the relegation zone but Napsa exchanged positions on goal differrence with Kysa . Lumwana are 7 points clear of the bottom three teams.

The big winners without a doubt is Nkana away to Kabwe Warriors and that win is a big statement for the Black Mountain side that also enjoys the free three points received as the failure of Forest Rangers pitching up for an exchanged fixture in week two.

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