By Mercy Chewe
Power Dynamos assistant coach Songwe Chalwe has described as fair his team’s goalless draw against Zesco United in the Copperbelt derby at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium on Sunday.
Zesco dominated this Week 6 encounter but missed scoring opportunities.
“It was a tough game. Both teams wanted to to win and I think it is a fair result,” Chalwe said in a post-match interview.
“I think the whole game was a battle of the midfield, a team which was going to be weak in the midfield it was going to lose,” he said.
“We just had to battle in the midfield, we struggled in the first ten minutes because they came to us they wanted to score an early goal and we managed to contain them and after that the game started flowing for us,” Chalwe said.
Chalwe appeared cool as Power missed a chance to go top of the table.
“It is a tough league. We just have to take one game at a time and see what happens,” Chalwe said.
Power rise from 4th to second on 11 points while Zesco are 6th on 9 points.