By the ZamFoot Crew | December 1, 2019
The MTN/FAZ Super League week 13 came alive on Saturday with five matches taking center stage. Nkana’s winning streak came to an end as they were held to a goalless draw while Napsa Stars and Red Arrows could only settle for a point.
Nkana welcomed Green Eagles at the Scrivener Stadium (Nkana Stadium) in week 13 and were hoping to make it five wins in five games but Aggrey Chiyangi and his team were determined to get something out of the match and managed to contain Nkana, In the end, they both could just settle for a point each.
Napsa Stars traveled to Mazabuka to face struggling Nakambala Leopards and with Zesco United out on Continental duty they Pensioners were looking to reduce the Ndola giants lead to just a point.
Nakambala Leopards drew first blood with Tanzanian striker Elias Maguri scoring his fifth goal of the season to put the home side in the lead. Napsa needed a late second-half penalty from Bornwell Mwape to level matters and force a draw.
In Kabwe, A doubleheader came alive at the Godfrey Ucar Chitalu Stadium with KYSA hosting Red Arrows in the early kick-off. Ghanian striker Moro Umenu scored the opener before legendary James Chamanga could equalize late in the second half to rescue a point for the Airmen.
In the second match of the day, Kabwe Warriors hosted struggling Mighty Mufulira Wanderers. Jimmy Ndhlovu was the hero of the day as his brace secured a 2-1 win for the Magnificent People’s team, Kabwe Warriors.
Perry Mutapa started his life at Power dynamos with a trip to Lumwana to face Patrick Phiri’s Lumwana Radiants. Mutapa changed things around and returned Davy Daka to his striking position and it was his cross that Chewe Mukuka put in his own net to hand Power dynamos a narrow one-nil win.
MTN/FAZ Super League week 13| Full Time
compiled by the ZamFoot Crew
Nakambala Leopards FC 1-1 Napsa Stars FC.
(E.Maguli 5’|B. Mwape (p) 86′)
KYSA 1-1 Red Arrows
(M.Umenu 9’| J.Chamanga 77′)
Nkana 0-0 Green Eagles
Lumwana Radiants 0-1 Power dynamos
(Chewe Mukuka own goal 78′)
Kabwe Warriors 2-1 Mighty Mufulira Wanderers
(J. Ndhlovu 17′ 61’| )