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Kalungi, who was part of the backline, hopes they will have worked hard to ensure the mishap does not happen again when they face Zambia at Namboole in the race to next year’s Nations Cup finals in South Africa.
“We have been working on it every day in training,” said Kalungi at the Cranes training base at Namboole.
“The coach has been organizing us because even before we played that game (in Ndola), he had told us about that the long throw.
“We know it happened and we conceded a cheap goal. So we have to learn from our mistakes.
“Every day in practice we work on it, so come Saturday I think we should be in position not to give away cheap goals like that.”
The Cranes need a two-goal margin win to be certain of qualification while a 2-1 loss or any draw will Herve Renard’s Zambia through.