- The home of Zambian striker Alex N'gonga in Kitwe has reportedly been attacked by thugs
- The hoodlums were reported to be livid with N'gonga for missing many scoring chances against Nigeria
- A win for Zambia against the Super Eagles would have helped their quest of reaching the 2018 World Cup
The family home of Zambia striker Alex N'gonga in Chimwemwe, Kitwe has reportedly been attacked by hoodlums following Zambia's defeat to Nigeria at the Godswill Akpabio stadium, Uyo on Saturday, October 7.
Alex Iwobi's second international goal condemned the Chipolopolo of Zambia to a 1-0 defeat as the Super Eagles qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
The report stated that the thugs were livid with Alex N'gonga for missing so many scoring chances which would have helped the Chipolopolo in their tie against the Super Eagles.
Copperbelt province police commissioner Charity Katanga was reported to have said that a group of people emerged from a white Toyota Landcruiser ACC 5492 and maliciously damaged two roofing sheets with stones.
Alex N'gonga's mother was said to be inside alone when the house was attacked, but the report never stated whether she was hurt or not.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported of how Arsenal striker Alex Iwobi scored his second international goal which helped the Super Eagles to defeat Zambia in Uyo.
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