It was raining goals over the weekend as some of the Zambian players on foreign soils found the back of the net with in-form Red Bull Salzburg striker Patson Daka netting a hat-trick for Red bull Salzburg in the Austrian Bundesliga.
Table-topping Salzburg recorded an emphatic 6-0 win over Altach who have Brian Mwila on their books although the former Green Buffaloes target man is out injured.
Daka’s teammate Enock Mwepu was an unused substitute in the match that extended Red Bull Salzburg’s stranglehold on top position of the league.
The Red bull Salzburg pair came off a memorable UEFA Champions League group stage appearance at Anfield against European champions Liverpool.
In Belgium Fashion Sakala scored the consolation goal for KV Oostende as they suffered a 3-1 defeat to Waasland-Beveren.
Oostende now lie 11th on the log after 10 games with Club Brugge topping the table on 23 points after having played nine matches.
Zambian midfielder Emmanuel Banda was not on the match day squad list.
In Russia Evans Kangwa’s 11th minute strike was not enough to secure a win for Arsenal Tula as they lost 2-1 to Lokomotiv Moscow.
His compatriot Lameck Banda was on the substitutes’ bench while there was no place for Kings Kangwa.
Stoppilla Sunzu did not make the team for bottom placed French Ligue 1 outfit FC Mezt that suffered at 2-0 loss to Brest.
In Switzerland Mphande Youth Academy product Edward Chilufya watched from the bench as second placed Djurgardens suffered a 2-1 loss in the Swedish top tier league.
On the continent the Zambian duo of Gamaphni Lungu and Billy Mutale were not in the match day squad as SuperSport United lifted the MTN Top 8 Trophy after beating Highlands Park 1-0.
Lungu is out injured while Mutale has been on the fringes of action since joining SuperSport United.