Zambia Coach Wedson Nyirenda has urged his boys to collect maximum points against neighbours Namibia in final Group B match at the on going CHAN tournament in Morocco.

While the Chipolopolo Boys have set the tournament on fire with efficient and mature displays, the Brave Warriors are not too far away after two giant killing performances.

“Cote d’Ivoire gave us a good run. The fact that we emerged victors doesn’t mean we are the best,” Nyirenda said in a post match interview

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“We saw a very good Ivorian team and they really gave us a good run for our money.

Wada also applauded his team’s fîtness levels ahead of the Namibia clash on Monday.

“We were fitter and better and won the game. We may have qualified but won’t take the last match easy.

The Brave Warriors have snatched 1-0 over Ivory Coast and Uganda thanks to injury time goals in both matches.

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“We need to do our best and make sure we collect the maximum points in the third game against Namibia,” Nyirenda said.

Zambia and Namibia are level on 6 points with former leading Group B thanks to a superior goal difference.

Meanwhile the clash between the Southern Africa neighbours will be played in Casablanca on Monday while the Ivory Coast against Uganda dead rubber will be play in Marrakech.

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