Zambia under 20 storms finals as police fire teargas in stadium

Zambia under 20 storms finals as police fire teargas in stadium

The Zambia under 20 national soccer team has stormed the finals of the ongoing under 20 Africa Cup of Nations after beating South Africa 1-0.
And the game was stopped for 6 minutes after unprofessional Zambia police officers fired teargas which chocked players and fans.
The tightly contested game saw Zambia miss several scoring opportunities and ended 0-0 after 90 minutes and proceeded into extra time.
After 104 minutes of play however the game was stopped for 6 minutes after unprofessional police fired teargas which chocked fans and players. Use of teargas at football matches is not allowed to avoid stampedes.
Four minutes after the match resumed Zambia scored the all important goal through Edward Chilufya who connected a powerful header from a Prosper Chiluya free kick.
Zambia will now face the winner from tomorrows other semi final match between Senegal and Guinea. The final will be played on Sunday at the Heroes Stadium in Lusaka

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