Automotive stretch lead

[By Bright Tembo]

WITH second placed Alliance Inter being on bye in week 11, Automotive Futsal club took advantage to open a five-point lead with a 19-0 win over CSS Power Tools.

The Andrea Cristoforatti drilled side went into the break leading by four goals and came back to score goals to go on 30 points and maintain their unbeaten run in league.

In other results, Indy Bullets fell out of the top four with a 5-4 loss to Castle 5’s who went on 18 points and sitting on sixth on the log while Indy Bullets are fifth on 21 points.

A 6-2 win by K-Line over Chiparamba helped the team to go into the top four on 21 points, level with Indy Bullets.

Tamanga Jordan’s journey in the Wildcat Zambian Premier Futsal League has continued to worsen after losing 6-0 to George Futsal Club to remain bottom of the log with only three points.

Other weekend’s results saw Vector Academy beat BS Stars 14 – 3, Pembe Beetles lost to Colosul Young Boys 19-0 while the Saints Gomes beat Lilanda Bullets 11-8.

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