Benfica de Luanda, where Sangala is on loan from Primeiro de Agosto, will face the Brazilian World Cup winner Rivaldoâ€™s Kabuscorp in this mid-table clash.
“We are meeting his team this Friday. They made him [Rivaldo] captain. He has been an important player for their team, with his experience and skill. I went to watch their game last week. I was amazed with his quality, considering his age,” said Sangala.
When asked how he was faring at Benfica after struggling for game-time at Agosto in the last campaign, Sangala, who recently rubbed shoulders with Rivaldo in South Africa said: “I am satisfied with how things have been going so far. I thank God that I have played four of the seven games played so far. We are currently on position eight with 10 points. It has not been that easy for us and for most of the teams.”
Rivaldoâ€™s team is sixth on the 16-member league also on 10 points from seven games while Petro de Luanda top the standings on 17 points. Sporting are bottom on six points from seven games.