Nkana win is a turning point - Kangwa
Striker Evans Kangwa says Nkana’s 3-0 home win over Konkola Mine Police is a turning point for the club.
Fifth from bottom Nkana recorded only their fourth win of the season to stay four points clear of the bottom four teams in the relegation zone.
Kangwa told MTNFootball.com that the win was a great boost in Nkana's quest to avoid demotion after four seasons in the MTN/FAZ Super Division.
"This is the turning point for our team because we have been hoping for a win and we have got the win," Kangwa said.
"This wins means a lot for Nkana I think we have finally found the winning formula."
Kangwa scored Nkana's second goal in the 74th minute with a superb shot after beating two defenders to slot the ball past Mine Police goalkeeper Evans Chewe.
The Zambia strikers’ goal came just four minutes after his teenage attacking partner Reynold Kampamba had put Nkana in the lead.
Midfielder Mwila Kabwe completed Nkana’s good day at the office with a header in the 88th minute to seal a vital win for Nkana.
"We looked balanced now and we are pushing to finish in the top six," Kangwa said.
Kangwa's goal brings his tally of the season to four so far after 21 matches played this season since recovering from an injury ravaged first half of the campaign.