Dynamos coach hopes 3-1 victory over Zesco is the turning point for his troubled side.

Power Dynamos

Power Dynamos coach Tennant Chilumba believes beating leaders Zesco United 3-1 is the turning point for his troubled side.

The struggling six-time league champions out-gunned the current MTN/FAZ Super Division leaders Zesco at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe to hand Chilumba his second and biggest win from eight games in charge.

Chilumba had prior to Saturday’s Copperbelt derby win picked up just two points since his last league victory on June 30 when Power beat Lime Hotspurs 1-0 in Kitwe.

“Things are changing looking at the way we are preparing for each game I think this is a sign of things to come,” Chulumba told MTNFootball.com.

The result came a week after a convincing performance by 11th placed Power despite not finding the net in a scoreless away to Konkola Blades on August 31 that lifted them from a brief stay in the relegation zone.

Chilumba said picking up a draw and a win in his last two games has also eased the pressure on him after a difficult last two months at the helm.

“I am happy that the boys and the executive have been very supportive it is very welcome for me,” Chilumba said.