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ZAMBIA national soccer team striker Fashion Sakala on Saturday came off the bench to score a goal for his Belgian side KV Oostende in their 1 – 1 draw against Waasland-Beveren.

Sakala started the game on the bench and was introduced in the 46th minute for Vanlerberghe.

Sakala started the game on the bench and was introduced in the 46th minute for Vanlerberghe. He was on target in the 60th minute to give his team the lead.

Oostende however conceded an own goal in the 69th minute and the game ended 1 – 1.

The 21 year old has scored three goals in 22 appearances for his club.

He has been called to the Zambia U23 national team that is preparing for the clash against Malawi.

And Zambia’s export to Russia Evans Kangwa on Saturday scored a goal to his team Arsenal Tula beat Premier League giants CSKA Moscow.

Kangwa has left his goals for the ‘giant kills’ having scored twice when his team beat log leaders Zenit 4 – 2 and this time being involved in both goals against third placed CSKA.

The former Nkana striker was named in the starting XI as the second striker and looked dangerous with his runs in the final third.

His run from deep in his own half on the left of midfield was picked with a long cross-field ball from the right which he controlled well.

He curled a beautiful shot with his right foot but was unfortunate to see his effort come off the far post with the goalkeeper beaten.

The rebound fell kindly for his strike partner Dordevic who finished off with a hard shot in the box that went through the hands of the goalie in the 48th minute.-Zamfoot


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