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Winning strike ... Charles Sibanda
 
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ZIMBABWE upset hosts Zambia in the second leg of their African Nations Championship (CHAN) tie on Saturday.

The 1-0 aggregate win after a drawn first match in Harare means Zimbabwe have qualified from the Southern Zone for the CHAN finals to be held in South Africa next year.

FC Platinum striker Charles Sibanda scored the only goal of the tie after 65 minutes to shock Zambia, who had been tipped to win the game and reach the finals of the tournament for locally-based players only.

The win will be a major lift for new coach Ian Gorowa, who is on a rebuilding exercise.



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