ZESCO says the two-way tie against Horoya AC is not done and dusted despite Saturday’s empathic home win in the 2016 CAF Champions League.
The Zambian champions beat their opponents from Guinea 4-1 in a first round, first leg tie at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium on March 12 to take into the final leg to be played on March 20 in Conakry.
“It is not yet over. This is just the first half of the game and that in itself tells me that we are not going to relax and feel that the 4-1 win is enough,” Lwandamina said.
“We still have the last half and I am sure that things will unfold in the away game and that is where the qualification will be pronounced.” Zesco were barely threatened by Horoya and took a 3-0 lead into the break.
Goal’s from striker’s Idriss Mbombo, Jesse Were and midfielder Cletus Chama in the 10th, 27th and 35th minutes respectively as Zesco strolled to their third successive Champions League win this season.
Midfielder Maybin Mwaba added the final goal in the 63rd minute just three minutes after coming on for Mbombo before Horoya snatched a consolation goal in the 66th minute through Francois Dipita.-SuperSport