Jesse Were kicks compatriot out of Zambian league

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Were scored the opener in the 47th minute then provided an assist for Lazarus Kambole who made it 2-0 in the early in the second half

Kenyan International, Jesse Were’s goal in Zesco United’s win against City of Lusaka contributed to fellow Kenyan, Ismael Dunga’s miseries in the Zambian Super League after his side was relegated.

Were scored in Zesco United 4-1 win over City of Lusaka to shoot his side joint top of the Zambian Super League with 60 points, but at the same time kicked out fellow Kenyan from the top tier.

But it was his opening goal and an assist for the former Zambian champions that broke the heart of compatriot, Dunga who joined City of Lusaka last month when his new side was relegated to the lower tier league.

Were scored Zesco United's opener in the 47th minute then provided an assist for Lazarus Kambole who made it 2-0 in the early in the second half.

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City of Lusaka are currently rooted bottom of the table with 15 points after 31 rounds of matches.

Zesco United have played a game less than joint leaders, Zanaco whom both have 60 points. Green Buffalos are third with 56 points.

 

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