13 October 2012

Angola/Zimbabwe: Zimbabwean Football Team in Luanda

Photo: CAF
Zimbabwe nation soccer team 'The Warriors' in action

Luanda — The Zimbabwean national senior males football soccer team arrived this Saturday in Luanda to play Angola's Palancas Negras on Sunday at 11 de Novembro national stadium, in the second leg match of last eliminatory, qualifying for African Cup of Nations (AFCON2013).

The Zimbabwean delegation is comprised by 157 people and led by the Vice Minister of Sports, Lazarus Dokora.

The delegation was received by National Director of Sports, Raimundo Ricardo, as well as the Zimbabwean ambassador to Angola, Ngoni Sengwe.

In the first leg match, Zimbabwe beat Angola by 3-1 in Harare.

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