NKANA coach Beston Chambeshi was left fuming at his defence line after they conceded three times in the 3-2 humiliation to ‘ailing’ Mufulira Wanderers.
It was a huge relief for Wanderers coach Elijah Chikwanda whose team started on a shaky note losing two on a trot but punished lacklustre Nkana to come from behind and win the match sparking wild celebrations from the travelling fans.
“The result is not good. I am not happy with the defence, conceding three goals in one, three goals in the third game of the season is not very good. We have to go back and psyche them because we are going to play another team that has not yet won a game [Forest Rangers] so we have to pick up quickly,” Chambeshi said.
An ecstatic Chikwanda said he was happy to have won the game at a very difficult venue.
“It was not easy to come here at Nkana and win. the boys played well but the two goals came very quickly but even after going down, the players did not stop fighting to the end,” said Chikwanda.
His captain Nchimunya Munene who was voted man of the match said the team’s focus has now shifted to the next game against Kansanshi Dynamos at Shinde Stadium on Saturday.