On March the 5th 2017 Beston Chambeshi created history with the Zambia Under 20 National team by Leading the junior National to its first ever AFCON trophy when they beat Senegal 2-0 at the National Heroes Stadium.
Beston was made into a National Hero overnight and became only the second coach to lead a Zambian side to continental honors.
The gaffer who was Lumwana Radiants would then return back to Nkana FC in June 2017 and qualified the club for the 2018 Caf Confederations Cup where they were eliminated in the first round by Algerians CR Beliuzdad.
The 2018/2019 season was a better year and after Nkana were painfully eliminated from the Caf Champions League by Simba SC they managed to get beat Ivorians San Pedro in the Caf Confederations Cup play offs and get into the group stage for second time.
Under Beston Nkana managed to maneuver into the Quarter Finals as they won all their home games and though they lost their away matches it was still enough to push them through to the next round.
This is the first time Nkana FC have reached the Quarter Finals of African club competition since the 1998 Caf Cup Winners cup were they lost to Ivorians Africa Sport.
There are now a lot of expectations for Beston to go even further and his time at Nkana has seen him being in charge of 17 continental matches with 10 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses with his team scoring 24 goals and conceding 25 goals.
Beston has won all his 9 matches in Continental at Nkana Stadium and in his first match he came up against Etoile Du Sahel and beat the Tunisians 4-3 in the 2014 Caf Confederations Cup and this Sunday its record holder CS Sfaxien who visit Nkana Stadium.
The game is set and history can be made just like with the Under 20.