Bullets qualify 3-2 on aggregate: Malawi champs survive Fomboni test in Caf

Malawi champions Big Bullets survived a scare when drawing 2-2 with visiting Fomboni Club de Moheil from the Comoros on Saturday afternoon after they threw away a two-goal lead  in the first half, to qualify for the 2015 Caf Champions League first round.

ts-my-ball, gpalkeeper shouts....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

ts-my-ball, gpalkeeper shouts….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere



Nude support: Bullets fan Chanting-on-top of the-tower....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

Nude support: Bullets fan Chanting-on-top of the-tower….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere







Fomboni celebrating-their goal....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

Fomboni celebrating-their goal….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

No-space. at Kamuzu Syadium to seat...Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.

No-space. at Kamuzu Syadium to seat…Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.

Match-offficials onto-the-field-of-play......Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.

Match-offficials onto-the-field-of-play……Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.



Big-Bullets pose for Nyasa Times.....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.

Big-Bullets pose for Nyasa Times…..Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.



The Bullets however, sailed through before a packed Kamuzu Stadium in the commercial capital, Blantyre after their first leg 1-0 win to qualify 3-2 on aggregate and will next face either Al Hilal from Sudan or KMKM of Zanzibar.

The crowds included Sports Minister Grace Chiumia and her Energy and Mining counterpart Atupele Muluzi- a Bullets supporter.

Bullets opened the score sheet in the 36th minutes when Victor Limbani planted the ball in the net of the visitors after connecting a cross from captain Fischer Kondowe.

Striker Tizgobere Kumwenda who scored the vital goal in Comoros, added the second goal seven minutes later.

The first half ended 2-0 in favour of the hosts.

As Bullets eased off – creating no meaningful opening in the second half – the visitors grew in confidence.

Fomboni’s Marius Alfonse and Dafida M’madi had, in a space of four minutes, wiped out the Bullets’ first-half lead.

Eight minutes into the second half Marius Alphonse pulled one back for Fomboni through Dafida M’madi penalty kick after Bullets defender Yamikani Fodya’s fouled overlapping defender Asa Abdallah.

Mozambican referee Anibo Amando Antonio did not hesitate to award the penalty and show a yellow card to Fodya.

The Bullets held on to their lead to sail through at the expense of the visitors who had arrived in Blantyre on Wednesday night so exhausted after two days of travelling by road through neighbouring Tanzania.

Bullets coach Nsazurwimo Ramadhan said his charged “got carried away, thinking that it was over”.

Fomboni’s Malawian star Wister Phiri who had lavishly praised Bullets before the game, made it clear that the Peoples Team  had played into their hands.

“We knew what their weaknesses were and we exploited them,” said Phiri.

Phiri said Bullets were lucky to escape defeat in their hands, especially in second half.

“They were just lucky, otherwise we nearly beat them,” said Phiri.

Bullets: Vincet Gona, Sankhani Mkandawire, Jaffalie Chande (Mussa Manyenje), Pilirani Zonda, Yamikani Fodya, Bashir Maunde, Victor Limbani, Dalitso Sailesi, Fisher Kondowe, Henry Kabichi (James Chilapondwa).

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42 thoughts on “Bullets qualify 3-2 on aggregate: Malawi champs survive Fomboni test in Caf”

  1. Musa says:


  2. Jacob chitseko says:

    Bullets chi team changa!bullets chi team changa:D. wakwiya ndi mfiti;(.

  3. Cimenti says:

    Congrats BB but do better in the next round because the opponents will be tougher. However this qualification was a morale booster. So use the chance to do well. Keep it up!

  4. joxy says:

    BB fun

  5. MWANANGU says:

    I love u bullets,may good Lord guide you in all ur future encounters.good luck.

  6. christo says:

    Congratulations mauleee

  7. Boswell says:

    zoonadi wakwiya ndi mfiti, maka iwe wosapota wobwera, koma ndiwe mmalawidi? Mwinatu ndiwe Refugee.

  8. Achimidzimidzi says:

    So far so good. This is football nothing less.
    Bullets has never been perfect neither the Flames know how to win.

    Mistakes are always there in any game,but BB needs to build on their strengths.
    Which team does not lose in the world, home or away?

    You know what, parents cheer their child when she/he takes a first step to walk.
    Its a learning process.

    Bravo maule!!!

  9. A COMMONER says:

    I smell trouble in the next encounter, the teams to the north of our country aim 4 a kill while BB play 2 make a name among themselves who is the best. Remember this is not chibuku tournament, its a continental tournament where the best team takes it all. Pull up ur socks and dont hurt us with ur attitude on the pitch plz.

  10. aMUMA says:

    drawing at home to a team like FOMBONI…forget beating Al Hilal! unless they change of both mindset, attitude and tactics!

  11. Nyerere ku Lunzu says:

    Neba timanena ife mpira sasewera pakamwa. siwaziona?

  12. ungwelu says:

    If BB continue letting nude supporters and old men dancing like whores, it should forget about any success ion the next round.

  13. here we go again says:

    very disappointing display by bullets, it is very doubtful if they qualify into the group stages,trust me their road will end in this preliminary round, sorry noisy fans of the noisy team.

  14. Mwana wa hule says:

    To say the truth Bullets will not go far koma support mwalandira musaname

  15. Chikopa says:

    Iwe kananji palibe chimene angachite amasewelesa ma defenders atatu ngati van gaal ndimpikisanotu waukulu uwu under Ramadan the team is improving bullets now is playing better football like bacelona remind me 1998 the trial of Andrew chikhosi, chikondi banda ., muzipase mwangonde ,nkhwazi Ramadan was coach kananji ndi mwana inu

  16. Hardson says:

    No! The team has completely to the best. Am not trying to underate Mr Elia he is indeed a good coach but with Internatinal games it’s something of different nature. Bullets with Elia has lost almost 4 times with EPAC having an upper hand but with the new coach we are yet to be defeated. Wonders after punching them several piriods of time they finally punched us in the end times drawing twice to Silver strikers I don’t know how did with Civo if not draws again. What the solely need to do is to have full concentration on the work it is weaving. It’s more spicing that we were the first to score those 2 goals in the first half which is un usual with Bullets we knew in the past. Tayamba bwino tipitilize.

  17. munthu says:

    zathu zathekabe

  18. amp says:

    koma ali pa tower yu ali ndi mwana? where is the decency here? coz of a 90 min game? congrats my team. you make me a proud Malawian.

  19. Big Bullets ndi dhilu chala cha Mulungu chikaloza palibe amene angamuletse

  20. opportunist says:

    Am Bullets fan but what yesterday could have ended into a disaster .How can the whole team plus technical panel could have underestimate their opponent .I still believe if could have brought back Kananji into the system otherwise i don’t see us proceeding

  21. mfumusinyasa says:

    BB players have no winning mentality. They got carried away too much and the coach could pick that out. Its good we attempted to play in the continental showpiece but l think we do not have a long way to go. We just dont have the depth

  22. KALIKENE says:

    Edit Before You Post, Wrong Spellings

  23. Charter says:

    These people you call fans alibe zochita!

  24. Afanaze says:

    No panic . This was just a fair result on football perfect day and the winners of the series are through. Conglants Bullets continue to make the nation proud.

  25. msukwa says:

    Yona Malunga wachita manyazi. Mphawi ameneyo?

  26. special advisor says:

    I like stories with a happy ending. Bullets, thanks for telling one so successfully. You are a flag carrier. You make the nation proud!

    But I was musing about the goingson during the second half. If one thinks deeply about it, as a nnation we face challenges because we like to be complacent. We throw parties to celebrate success, too early. Then we throw caution to the wind, we stop hard work, we spend lavishily then we become the poorest and most vulnerable lot in the entire universe. May be we need an inspiring motto as a nation.

  27. mpumulo massa says:

    we need to work hard….otherwise we will regret loosing the services of Mr kananji

  28. Kokotowa says:

    Eliya Kananji!

  29. Shoes says:

    Bring Kananji back

  30. chemembe says:

    If Bullets continues To play the way they did then we only have One game To watch here at home.They Will never qualify for the third found.

  31. Wagona nkhule waliwa says:

    l fully bet that BB will not beat AL HILAL. awaa ndakana ini mwana wa mtonga

  32. Chikopa says:

    It was huge dissapoint to all fans players carried away , tecnical panel did wrong substion like van gaal manchester united coach it was Dalitso sailesi who was giving the ball away he did that more than 10times but tecnical panel keep him for 90 min we suvived in the first half thank God FOMBONI had weak stikers , at the back the two centre backs they was no coodination no number 5 averybody was attaking the defenders were leaving strikers alone no making we did that against red laons we give away two goals kushion iam happy that the game ended like that because we could have gone to sudan with a mind that we are fine ,this is chance to finetune problems

  33. Knysna says:

    Big Bullets woyee we are moving!!!

  34. utamewakwe says:

    Zogwera sizisowa……kkkkkkk

  35. edgar banda says:

    Bullets has to perfectly change if they are to go beyond this ………………international tonaments awaits for a final whistle……………..nothing less

  36. Titus German says:

    Now I can comfirm that Kananji is a better tactician than Rahmadan because the team is losing steem

  37. OD says:

    Congrats Neba!

  38. Nkhombokombo says:

    We want a clean win not these agregates. Serious training and understanding the game. Talking and praising won’t help the team.

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