Bullets pip Chikwawa to move top: Malawi TNM Super League

Bullets FC have moved to the top of the TNM Super League with a 4-1 thrashing of relegation-threatened Chikwawa United at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.

Game action: Bullets and Chikwawa

Game action: Bullets and Chikwawa

Tussling for the ball, Chikwawa player and Bullets

Tussling for the ball, Chikwawa player and Bullets

Bullets player

Bullets players celebrating...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Bullets players celebrating…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Jimmy Zakazaka scored on either side of the half while Mussa Manyenje, who substituted Tizgowere Kumwenda in the 64th minute, scored in injury time and an own goal by Prince Kabudula in the first half  were enough to seal an important victory for Bullets.

Zakaza gave Bullets promising start with a 2nd minute goal scored after penetrating Chikwawa when he was put through by James Chilapondwa.

Bullets were a better side particularly in defence and attack where defenders Sankhani Mkandawire, Pilirani Zonda and Ian Chinyama, who was deservedly voted man of the match, kept the visitors at bay.

In midfield Fischer Kondowe, who was as strong contender for man of the match award, formed a strong combination with Henry Kabichi and Chilapondwa to offer Zakazaka and his striking partner Kumwenda some chances to score.

However, Zakazaka was the hero of the day having scored from individual efforts which reflected much on his vast experience.

Bullets cushioned the lead in the 23rd minutes through Kabudula’s own goal against the run of play as Chikwawa were pushing for an equaliser in a closely contested match although the wide margin could suggest otherwise.

Chikwawa, who came from behind during the first round  to force a one-all draw at Kalulu Stadium, threatened Bullets’ lead when they scored a brilliant  goal in the 54 minute through John Banda straight from a free kick outside the 18-yard box.

Bullets breathed a sigh of relief when Zakazaka restored the two-goal cushion for Bullets third goal before substitute Manyenje added icing on the cake with a late goal for his team to win 4-1.

The ‘Peoples team’  have displaced Moyale Barracks on pole position having taken their tally to 37 points ahead of the soldiers game on Sunday against Civo United.

Bullets technical advisor Nsazwirwimo Ramadhama said it was a tough encounter as Chikwawa are fighting relegation.

“We happy to have won the match because we played a team which is fighting  to survive in the match,” Ramadhan said.

“But the players put up a gallant fight to win.”

Chikwawa coach Willie Khonje said an early goal and own goal the team conceded affected the morale of the players.

But Khonje has refused to throw in the towel saying his teams would bank on their four home games to win and survive.

In other results, Silver Strikers beat Airborne Rangers 3-1, Blue Eagles lost to Azam Tigers 2-0, Karonga Utd triumphed over  Civo Utd 2-1 to move off the bottom.

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28 thoughts on “Bullets pip Chikwawa to move top: Malawi TNM Super League”

  1. alex mawaya says:

    Chofunika ndi kulimbika madolo muli bho

  2. george edy says:

    palibenso wina koma maule,lets just keep focused and the super league is ours

  3. lamuse says:

    timainyadila team yathu ndimbambande yonse boooooooooooo!

  4. hard talk says:

    Maule zili bwino. Chikufunika ndikutoleranso ka 6 points weekend ikubwerayi ku central region kuti mitima akhale pansi bwino bwino.

  5. Mbolo Sidwala! says:

    Zingayambe kuiwalika: Malawi 3, Algeria 0 (2010); Algeria 3, Malawi 0 (2014).
    Kodi sizingatheke maflames kumenya ka friendly ndi mauly isanafike 15 November?

  6. Mbolo Sidwala! says:

    Zingayambe kuiwalika: Malawi 3, Algeria 0 (2010); Algeria 3, Malawi 0 (2014).

  7. Malawi Kwacha says:

    Supporting BB ndi dhilu! #Wazidziwa!

  8. Davie mmadi says:

    Am happy for the ppo’s team

  9. John says:

    These are two different games, last photo is just put to get morale. Stockings for BB players are different. Nyasatimes, think before uploading.

    1. Ziko says:

      Pants too, this was a different game indeed.

  10. M'nyehere says:

    Chi team chafuko BB!

  11. kondwani Mfune says:

    “Bullets pip Chikwawa to move top: Malawi TNM Super League”
    I think the result suggests otherwise!

  12. SOCCER LOVER says:

    I feel time has come to consider BB to play the remaining two games flames is having. what I mean is that instead of getting the usual squad for flames just get BB and see the results will be different

  13. MBOBA says:

    Wawa Maule

  14. Chileso says:

    I love my team BB woyeeee wina ngati zampweteka akasanze

    1. joseph says:

      wawa mabullets yonse boo!

  15. Shimoshimo says:

    Icho chitimu chatenga ulamuliro, apa moyale muiwale kazilimbanani ndi anzau apolice omwe aphedwa ndi ana amumpanda. Amalawi anzanga matimi malawi ndi awiriwa basi (bullets, tigers) akudziwa kuphunzitsa soccer. Apolice amangovina njomba za ma tiger. Pitilizani ma wuly ligi tatenga kaya wina zimunyansa akatenge ebola imumalize.

  16. munyasa says:

    well done karonga united for kicking civo…..work hard

  17. Kelvin says:

    Maule bax2 kutmwetsa wamkaka eeish kma

  18. mbina says:

    @ # 3, green top is a TNM bip for substitutes. mxiiiii chimidzi basi. machende akonso

    1. iwe ukuti ndiwe mbinawe ur jst an ignorant fool jst as ur name,mbuli mbatama,u’v ayes but u cant see,uonetsetseso mapicture osewo mbuzi iwe

  19. Soul Rebel says:

    Tkumva shuga. Kod jerseyo ikusiyana bwanj? Musatnamizepo apa kkkk

  20. Bullets for life.Tiyenawoni mpaka titenge league

  21. MZIKA says:

    NATIONAL TEAM IYI.TIMATIMU TOTHERA UNITED KUMAPETO PAULENDO.KUNGOBWERA MU SUPER KEAGUEA KUZAPHWISIRA MADOLO BASI.

  22. anavala majezi angati kodi abulletsiwo??

  23. Zatheka maule tamwanso wa mkaka lero, eish to God be the glory.

  24. walewaley says:

    Chi team icho asafuna akakolope ku Nyanja, hmnnnn klaya chaka chake ndi chino.

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