[By Bright Tembo]
THE Wildcat Zambian Premier Futsal League resumed over the weekend with Tamanga Jordan’s winless streak in the spotlight.
Jordan lost 11-2 to log leaders and defending champions Automotive Futsal Club in the week 16 fixture.
The loss to Automotive puts Jordan on a record 13 games without a win and only with one win so far this season.
The victory saw Automotive open a nine-point lead in the league.
Tamanga Jordan coach Epson Sailutaba said he expects his side to turn the tables after reinforcing his team.
“We have brought in few young players that we are working with in terms of finding the back of the net. I liked how my boys played against the log leaders. It is a sign that the team will give problems to other teams going forward,” said Sailutaba.
Despite a 5-5 all draw Alliance Inter still managed to maintain its third place on goal difference. Inter drew with fifth placed K-Line while Indy Bullets beat CSS Power Tools 5-2 to go on 33 points, level with Alliance Inter but settle on fourth place due to go difference.
A 2-1 win of Vector Academy over The Saints Gomes, saw Vector maintain second position on the log with 36 points.
Other results saw seventh placed Castle 5’s beat George Futsal Club 5-4 to maintain a place in the top eight and stands a chance for the play-offs.
Lilanda Bullets managed to collect three maximum points against BS Stars with a 4-2 win on Friday.