The Kenya team is in Group G of the African qualifiers for the African nations, Cameroon 2021, with the Egyptian team, as well as the Comoros and Togo teams.
Kenya made a strong performance against Zambia, specifically in the first half, and succeeded in ending the game with two goals to none thanks to the brilliance of Cliff Nyakia, the Egyptian club striker.
Nikaya, 25, scored a goal and forced the Zambian defender to score by mistake.
The start was in the 20th minute when Nikaya took advantage of an elaborate pass into the penalty area, before sending a cross in front of the goal, and the Zambian defender accidentally converted it into his own goal.
In the 37th minute, Nikaya launched from midfield shortly before launching a powerful shot from the edge of the penalty area, which the Zambian goalkeeper failed to stop.
Meanwhile, Zambias only goal came in the 79th minute, with a header from Kelvin Kampamba after a mistake by the Kenya goalkeeper.
Kenya tied with Egypt at Burj Al Arab Stadium in the first round of qualifiers, before it tied at home against Togo.
Kenya will play Comoros in the third and fourth round of qualifiers, while Egypt will play its counterpart Togo.