Caf celebrates Simba SC comeback record in club history

The Tanzanian giants pulled one of many biggest comebacks in history to win an away match in Lusaka, Zambia

Simba SC’s unbroken away comeback record in the Caf Champions League has notched 41 years and the Confederation of African Football (Caf), celebrated the feat on its official social media account on Tuesday.

Simba, in keeping with Caf on-line, are holders of the largest comeback record. The feat is once more powered by the actual fact the comeback record was attained away in Lusaka, Zambia.

On its Instagram web page, Caf on-line reported the achievement when the Tanzanian giants beat Zambia’s Mufulira Wanderers 5-Zero away after dropping 4-Zero at dwelling.

It is recalled Simba had been virtually depleted after dropping at dwelling with most members, followers and even some staff officers throwing in the towel however the technical bench underneath the late, Joel Nkaya Bendera and gamers made a vow they’ll flip the tables away.

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Simba’s comeback was registered in entrance of the then Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda. The Msimbazi Street-based giants’ targets had been netted by Thuwein Ally, who scored a hat trick and George ‘Best’ Kulagwa, who scored a brace.

After knocking out Mufulira Wanderers, Simba had been knocked out of the event by Nigerian facet Racca Rovers 2-Zero on combination.

They misplaced 2-Zero away and battled to a goalless draw at dwelling in a match which youthful Simba defender Hussein Tindwa collapsed on the pitch and died when he was being rushed to Muhimbili Hospital.

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