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Zimbabwe claim record fifth COSAFA title

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Zimbabwe claim record fifth COSAFA title

Zimbabwe winners of the 2017 Cosafa Castle Cup
Zimbabwe winners of the 2017 Cosafa Castle Cup

Zimbabwe claimed a record fifth COSAFA Castle Cup with a 3-1 victory over Zambia in the Final at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in South Africa's North West province on Sunday.

Zimbabwe have been the best team in the tournament, playing six matches in 14 days and scoring an impressive 19 goals in the process.

It was tough on Zambia, who entered the competition at the quarterfinal stage and had an impressive campaign, but they could not contain the confident Zimbabweans in the decider.

The final...

Stoppila Sunzu extends Arsenal Tula loan

Stoppila Sunzu of Zambia
Stoppila Sunzu of Zambia

Zambia international Stoppila Sunzu will spend next season back on loan with Arsenal Tula after LOSC Lille confirmed the move on their official website.

Sunzu signed a permanent deal with Les Dogues in July 2016 after spending a season on loan with the Ligue 1 side from Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua.

However, Sunzu was sent on loan to Russian Premier League side Arsenal Tula in February 2017, and has been deemed surplus to requirements by incoming coach Marcelo Bielsa.

Old foes Zambia, Zimbabwe set up Cosafa Castle Cup final

Knox Mutizwa of Zimbabwe celebrates a goal during 2017 Cosafa Castle Cup match between Lesotho and Zimbabwe at Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg on 05 July 2017.
Knox Mutizwa of Zimbabwe celebrates a goal during 2017 Cosafa Castle Cup match between Lesotho and Zimbabwe at Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg on 05 July 2017.

Regional heavyweights Zambia and Zimbabwe will go up against each other in Sunday's Cosafa Castle Cup final after both turned in a show of force to dispatch their semifinal opponents on Wednesday.

Zambia were a goal down early against Tanzania but stormed through to their eighth final with a 4-2 win while Zimbabwe shrugged off the fatigue of five games in nine days to dispatch Lesotho by a 4-3 scoreline

Both semifinals in a double-header feature at the Moruleng Stadium reaffirmed the position of...

Zambia, Lesotho reach COSAFA Castle Cup semis

Four-time champions Zambia survived a late scare to book a COSAFA Castle Cup semifinal place with victory over Botswana on Saturday, and are joined in the last four by Lesotho, who squeezed through on penalties ahead of 2013 winners Namibia.

The two quarterfinal ties at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in the South Africa's North West Province produced just three goals and the expected tight tussles as Zambia won 2-1.

The Basotho then launched into joyous celebration after goalkeeper Likano Mphuthi...

Zambia end South Africa's 18-match unbeaten run

Brian Mwila and debutant Lubinda Mundia scored for Zambia as they came from behind to claim a 2-1 victory over South Africa in their friendly international at the Moruleng Stadium on Tuesday.

The result brings to an end Bafana Bafana's 18-match unbeaten run, though the home side were depleted after coach Stuart Baxter made 11 changes to the starting line-up from the team that won 2-0 in Nigeria in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the weekend.

It was also a weakened Zambian line-up that featured...