Full Time: Zambia 1-0 South Africa

Full Time: Zambia 1-0 South Africa

African Champions set for Mandela Challenge at FNB
…Renard names squad…

South Africa vs Zambia
FNB Stadium

Chipolopolo Starting XI
Kennedy Mweene GK, Joseph Musonda, Davies Nkausu, Hichani Himoonde, Stoppila Sunzu, Nathan Sinkala, Chisamba Lungu, Isaac Chansa, Emmanuel Mayuka, Jacob Mulenga, Chris Katongo (C)

The match has ended and below is the Live TEXT COMMENTARY we carried Live;
– Match report to follow in a few minutes. Join us next time for our next live coverage at the weekend.
– Zambia deserve to have won this encounter as they took their chance whilst South Africa’s attack was blunt.
– Zambia win the 18th edition of the Nelson Mandela Cup.
90 + 5’ – The referee blows the whistle for Full Time.
90 + 2’ – Zambian fans have burst into song.
90’ – Four minutes will be added on.
89’ – Chance ! After a nice move and a cross by Mashego into the box. Erasmus hits over the bar from just six yards out.
87’ – Anele Ngcongca (South Africa) is cautioned.
81’ – Tonight’s attendance is 16 956
80’ – South Africa Substitution: Delron Buckley replaces Dean Furman
77’ – Zambia Substitution: William Njobvu replaces Chisamba Lungu
76’ – Looping shot from Thuso Phala from 25-yards is parried over for a corner by Mweene.
75’ – Chamanga ! After a missed clearance by Suth Africa defender Thabo Nthethe, the striker fails to slide in home.
73’ – South Africa Substitution: Teko Modise replaces Lerato Chabangu
70’ – Zambia Substitution: James Chamanga replaces Emmanuel Mayuka
68’ – A scramble in the Zambian box as South Africa search for the equaliser but Zambia clear.
65’ – South Africa Substitution: Reneilwe Letsholonyane replaces Kagisho Dikgacoi
– Mbesuma collects the ball from just outside the box and unleashes a thunderbolt of a left footed shot into the roof of the net beyond Khune’s reach.
64’ – Collins Mbesuma (Zambia) scores!
60’ – Zambia Substitution: Mukuka Mulenga replaces Isaac Chansa
60’ – Zambia Substitution: Jonas Sakuwaha replaces Christopher Katongo
58’ – Mashego shoots high into the stands from 30-yards out.
56’ – Low shot from Chabangu on the left flank in Zambian box, unmarked, but his shoots wide.
55′ mbia Substitution:Emmanuel Mbola replaces Davis Nkausu
52’ – South Africa Substitution: Thuso Phala replaces Sifiso Myeni
46’ – Zambia Substitution: Collins Mbesuma replaces Jacob Mulenga
46’ – South Africa Substitution: Kermit Erasmus replaces Bernard Parker
45 + 2’ – The referee brings the first half to an end.
45’ – Two minutes will be added on.
45 + 2’ – The referee brings the first half to an end.
44’ – Poor cross ! Myeni ruins a beautiful move as Bafana were on the attack with bodies in the box but credit to Zambia for closing down spaces.
45’ – Two minutes will be added on.
45 + 2’ – The referee brings the first half to an end.
39’ – Nathan Sinkala (Zambia) is cautioned.
35’ – Nice move from Parker and Myeni but the latter’s decision making is poor and as Zambia looked fragile at the back.
31’ – Lerato Chabangu unleashes a curling effort from the left wing with his right foot after a comer kick and shaves the roof the net
30’ – Corner to Bafana as Zambia defend a low cross by Parker.
29’ – South Africa Substitution: Katlego Mashego replaces Tokelo Rantie
28’ – Rantie has been stretched off and Katlego Mashego is already kitted up and ready to take his place.
26’ – Tokelo Rantie goes down from a crunching challange and play has now stopped.
22’ – Zambia again look threatening from set pieces as Bafana concede a corner kick from nervy defending.
17’ – Jacob Mulenga’s curling effort from that freekick goes wide with Khune looking beaten.
16’ – Free kick to Zambia from just outside the box on the left channel
12’ – Chansa with a shot with his weaker left foot and Khune easily saves it.
9’ – Emmanuel Mayuka (Zambia) is cautioned.
8’ – Parker unleashes a thunderous left footed from 30-yards which shaves the top roof of the net.
7’ – Bafana with another freekick but this time it is harmless as the ball goes out for goalkick.
3’ – Ricardo Nunes with a stinging curling freekick from outside the box on the right flank and Mweene punches away.
1’ – Zambia kick us off.
– National anthems are being sung.
– A message by former South African president Nelson Mandela who this match is played in his honour is being shown on TV.
– Vuvuzela’s ring loud as both teams make out of the tunnel onto the pitch.
– Since South Africa’s readmission into the international fold in 1992, these two the teams have met no less than 14 times. Each side has claimed four wins against one another, and there have been six draws. Chipolopolo have outscored Bafana 15 goals to 1
– This will be the 18th edition of the Nelson Mandela Challenge and is a repeat of the inaugural edition in 1994 when Bafana Bafana defeated Zambia 2-1 at Ellis Park Stadium.

12 Responses to "Full Time: Zambia 1-0 South Africa"

  1. Kamanda Wa Kamanda   November 14, 2012 at 8:22 pm

    Shame on you ZESCO! How can you plunge the entire Chingola Mine Area into darkness just before the kick-off of the South Africa- Zambia game? Big shame on you ZESCO

  2. Isu-su Emperor   November 14, 2012 at 9:12 pm

    Lets go the chipolopolo…..2 nil is my predidction!

  3. Isu-su Emperor   November 14, 2012 at 9:16 pm

    I mis kalaba’s playing moves

  4. Brigo   November 14, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    m proud of the chipolopolo… kip d spirit

  5. Sido   November 14, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    Go zambia go. Mbesuma you proven it that you have improved. You have made us pride. Congulatulations.

  6. Ron   November 14, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    Thanks ba Tumfweko for the link… u made my day. Go Chipolopolo…….

  7. Sido   November 14, 2012 at 10:35 pm

    South africans have proved that zambians are the champions of africa.

  8. Me the dj   November 14, 2012 at 10:50 pm

    Sido are u the 1 i know?tel me were u are?

  9. DEEPER   November 15, 2012 at 2:07 pm

    Go Zambia Go!!!!!!

    Keep it up chipolopolo Guys, Mwene you made me proud. You are just like Efford chabala who made us proud too. MHSRIP

  10. Candy   November 15, 2012 at 2:32 pm

    Indeed they have made us proud.’That’s what i call professional football.Just didn’t like the Zambian players attitude of everyone being a Coach,fault finder and correcter.It really did put me off otherwise i really enjoyed the game…

  11. wanu zero   November 15, 2012 at 2:33 pm

    Ba inocent kalaluka ati weleeee. mwati munga commente Ku premieship .

  12. Candy   November 15, 2012 at 2:37 pm

    Ba tumfweko,where is my comment?