Chipolopolo comes out last in Angola tourney

The Zambia national soccer team came out last in the four nations invitation tournament in Angola after losing all their games.
Zambia was beaten 3-0 by DR Congo in their first game on Friday before losing 4-3 to Namibia on Saturday on post match penalties after drawing 0-0 in regulation time.
Mwila Phiri, Spencer Sautu and Mwape Mwelwa converted their spot kicks while Jack Chirwa and Buchizya Mfune missed.
Toaster Nsabata managed to save one Namibian spot kick.
The Namibians also beat Zambia this year when they clashed in the quarter finals of the COSAFA tournament that was held in South Africa.

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