Be Forward Wanderers have booked their place in the inaugural Fisd Challenge Cup semi-finals following their 8-0 win over Zolozolo FC, at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday.
Striker Peter Wadabwa scored five goals while winger Mike Kaziputa, midfielder Joseph Kamwendo and striker Jabulani Linje scored the other goals for Wanderers who date Kamuzu Barracks in the semi-finals.
It was not as game but rather a training, Wanderers’ Coach, Yasin Osman, could even afford the luxury of substituting goalkeeper, Valence Kamzere, Kamwendo and defender Lewis Minjale for Cameroonian, Enoga Hamza, Nigerian Amos Bello and Japanese Genki Nakamura, respectively, at half-time.
Despite the defeat,Zolozolo’s Coach, William Kanyenda , who stepped in for coach Oscar Kaunda who resigned last week, looked indifferent to the loss.
“It was a good game. It is just that we gifted Wanderers goals too early in the game, otherwise I am so proud of my boys. We had a lion’s share of possession and even Wanderers can admit that we gave them a good run for their money,” Kanyenda claimed.