Zanaco has already reaped dividends from the appointment of Chris Kaunda at the helm as the club overcame ESAE of Benin in the CAF confederations cup, beating the West African side by three unanswered goals.
Kaunda who replaced Numba Mumamba a couple of days ago was tasked with beating the West African side and the former Nkwazi coach did just that ending Zanaco’s ten-match winless run in all competitions.
The Match was Kaunda’s debut in the CAF confederations cup but the man has demonstrated that he is not new to the big stage of continental football.
All the three goals came in the second half courtesy of Enerst Mbewe who scored ten minutes after the interval before top man Roger Kola added two in the 57th and 80th minutes to collect maximum points.
The Bankers dominated possession as they did when they played away to ESAE last year except this time around they found the back of the net.
It is the first win for Zanaco in the group after recording three draws in the opening first legs.
Zanaco are third in the group with 6 points and require a win in their final game to secure qualification.
Leaders Berkane of Morcocco and second placed Motema Pembe of Congo have 7 points each.