Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
Lumwana Radiants striker Dominic Chungwa is relieved after scoring twice against Green Eagles on Saturday.
The former CAPS United forward helped his team secure a point away from home after settling for a 2-2 draw.
Lumwana Radiants took their tally to 25 points from 21 games and they are 12th on the log.
It was Chungwa’s fourth game with the Zambian side.
“I am happy to have scored for the team for the first time and it is every strikers’ wish to help the team by scoring.
“We get paid to score, so when you deliver you feel relieved.
“I would like to thank God, the plan is to keep on playing well and helping the team with more goals,” said Chungwa.
Lumwana Radiants have gone for three games unbeaten.
Chungwa said he does not want to give himself pressure as he will take each game seriously as it comes.
“The aim is to keep my cool and not give myself pressure.
“I will take each game as it come, I have settled well and so far so good, I cannot complain.
“So far I am pleased with my performance and there is room for improvement,” added the 34 year-old striker.