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Napsa hold Lusaka Dynamos to 1-1 drawBy Tenson Mkhala on 27 Jul 2017
Napsa Stars football team yesterday held by Lusaka Dynamos to a 1-0 draw in week 19 of the MTN/FAZ super league.
The game that was played at Lusaka’s Edwin Imboela Stadium, saw Napsa Stars despite putting up a good game, conceded a goal in the last minute of the match.
Napsa Stars coach Daniel Chiboleka told journalist shortly after the match that he was disappointed with the results.
“It’s a fare result but disappointed results to Napsa because we have gone two games without a win. So we just have to go back to the drawing board and start winning games,” He said.
Chiboleka said his focus now is to win and pick up maximum points in the next game which is against Nchanga Rangers on Saturday.
“Our target will be to pick up maximum point because in the last two games we have lost four points so we need to go and pick up a maximum point,” Said Chiboleka.
And Lusaka Dynamos head coach Patrick Phiri said he was happy with a point.
“I am happy that we managed to get a point. Napsa was strong.We managed to score from nowhere.We were sleeping. Napsa played well they were very strong. They could have managed to get three points but we came back. It’s good to see that the boys had a fighting spirit and came back into the game and got a point,” Said Phiri.
Napsa Stars still tops the table with 35 points while Lusaka Dynamos are second with 31 points and have two games in hand.
About Tenson Mkhala
Tenson Mkhala is our resident photo journalist.
Email: tenson [at] diggers [dot] news
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