Chipolopolo wing wizard Lameck Banda made history on Saturday as he became the first Zambian player to take part in an Italian Serie A match.
Banda came off the bench to make his debut in the Serie A for US Lecce in a 2-1 defeat to Inter-Milan.
Banda replaced Italian forward Federico de Francesco in the 74th minute to play the last 16 minutes of the match at the Stadio Via del Mare.
The Zambian international was explosive on the wing and had a beautiful shot saved for a corner.
Romeli Lukaku put the visitors in the lead in the second minute heading home a Matteo Darmian cross on his Inter Milan return.
Lecce leveled matters three minutes into the second half, Assan Ceesay with a fine finish from close range.
Netherlands defender Denzel Dumfries however broke the Lecce hearts at the death as he netted in the dying minutes to win it for Inter.
Banda completed his switch to the Serie A side last week penning a four year deal to make him the first Zambian to sign for a team in the Italian top flight.