Kalaba insists Algeria will fall

Zambia Chipolopolo skipper Rainford Kalaba tries to beat his opponent

Zambia captain Rainford Kalaba says things can only get better for Chipolopolo after Saturday’s solid performance away to Cameroon.

Chipolopolo held the seven-time FIFA World Cup finalists to a 1-1 away draw and collected their first point from two rounds of matches played in the Russia 2018 Group B qualifiers.

“If we continue to play the way we did against Cameroon, then the sky’s the limit,” said Kalaba whose assist led to Collins Mbesuma’s goal in the 33rd minute.

“We started with a loss, then a draw and I think the next game is a win.”

Zambia have one point and are now 3rd and five points behind leaders Nigeria and one point adrift of second placed Cameroon.

Nigeria beat Zambia 2-1 in the two sides’ opening Group B qualifier at home in Ndola on October 9.


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