The defender wept uncontrollably as he wobbled off the pitch against Ivory Coast, in his 100th appearance for Zamiba. He has been ruled out of action for six weeks.
Speaking in an interview with KickOff.com after returning from Zambia at the weekend, Musonda says he is happy with Chipolopolo's success, but disappointed to return to work with a long-term injury.
"I feel bad with the injury, especially as it came while my club is not doing well. I don't know what is happening [at Arrows], but maybe it's a matter of bad luck. The team is playing well but we are failing to get the results.
"I may have been ruled out of action for the next six weeks but I believe I will come back sooner than expected," Musonda insists.
Meanwhile, Arrows will miss the services of Clifford Ngobeni and Siyanda Zwane when they take on Black Leopards at the weekend, owing to suspension.
The duo have joined Katlego Mashego on the sidelines, after the latter received a red card against SuperSport United in KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday.