James Chamanga is rolling back the years in the Chinese League as the Chipolopolo striker can’t stop scoring after he scored for a third week running for Dalian Shide
On Sunday with the game headed for a draw, the former National Assembly hitman popped up in the 77th minute to steer his club to a 2-1 win over Qingdao Jonoon in the Chinese Super League.
Dalian are 7th on the log with 25 points after 18 matches and 14 points behind 2006 Italian World Cup winning coach Marcelo Lippi’s Guangzhou Evergrande which beat Chris Katongo and Isaac Chansa’s Henan Jianye 2-1.
Chris completed the full match while Chansa was withdrawn in the 73rd minute.
On the goal tally, Chamanga has increased his tally to 8 goals in 16 appearances having banged in a total of 4 goals in his 3 matches. And he is the leading African scorer in the Chinese league while Chris is still on 6 goals in 14 appearances and Nigeria’s Peter Utaka has 7 goals.