Malawi held to 1-1 draw in Tanzania

Tanzania’s Taifa Stars came from behind to hold neighbours Malawi 1-1 in an international friendly match played in Dar es Salaam on Sunday afternoon.

Malawi were held to a draw by hosts Tanzania

Malawi were held to a draw by hosts Tanzania

Winger Micium Mhone, returning to the Flames squad after a long absence, reportedly deflected in a shot to put the visitors ahead in the first half. Tanzania cancelled out matters in the second half.

The Flames coach Young Chimodzi handed Red Lions Chikoti Chirwa a debut when stepping in late in the game for Polokwane City striker Esau Kanyenda.

The veteran striker Kanyenda had started upfront alongside in-form Peter Wadabwa who has also returned to the fold.

Right winger John Banda described the result as important to the Flames who are building up for the 2015 Cosafa Senior Challenge Cup to be played in South Africa this May.

“This game is important because it has something to do with Fifa ranking. It is also giving us better preparations for Cosafa Cup,” Banda told supersport.com.

Malawi squad: McDonald Harawa, John Lanjesi, Harry Nyirenda, Limbikani Mzava, Francis Mlimbika, John Banda (Frank Banda), Micium Mhone (Lucky Malata), Joseph Kamwendo, Chimango Kayira, Peter Wadabwa, Esau Kanyenda (Chikoti Chirwa).

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36 thoughts on “Malawi held to 1-1 draw in Tanzania”

  1. Pat says:

    Boyz keep on train, good team will be produced.

  2. felix khonje says:

    keep the fire burning

  3. martin lolani says:

    MA PLAYER ONSE A TEAM YONSE NDIWOFUNIKA KUSINTHITSA NDI CHIMANGA NDIMMENE MVULA YAVUTIRAMU

  4. martin lolani says:

    Team imeneyi ndiyofunika kusinthisa ndima coupons basi

  5. KK says:

    nana, or whatever they call you, just shut up if you do not have anything to say. Are Mzava, Kamwendo, Mlimbika, Lanjesi and Wadabwa Tumbukas? nana, why don’t you go and play good football so that you too should be considered? Your legs are strictly for walking, unfortunately. So how can u make it into the national team. My friend you can fume until smoke starts billowing from your ears. Foseki!

  6. austin Mwiska says:

    When we score we shd cling on..not this habit of conceding goals when we are winning it pains seriously.Young and your friends take note!

  7. nyachisambi says:

    Good work

  8. Mphatso Thom says:

    kumawinako ku away nthawi zonxe kumangopanga ma-draw?do something guys,

  9. Noel says:

    Well done guyz chofunika ndi kulimbikira basi

  10. Patriot says:

    Kungoononga ndalama basi.
    This is a USELESS team

  11. Eeh… kaya zanu izo

  12. kamfana says:

    BRAVO FLAMES! WE ARE BEHIND U.IT’S NOT EASY TO HAVE A DRAW IN AN AWAY GAME KEEP IT UP BOYS..BUT THE GAME WAS PLAYED IN MWANZA NEAR LAKE VICTORIA,NOT DA RE SA ALAM.AND THE FLAMES WERE THE FIRST TO SCORE NOT THE HOSTS.BUT NO.14 NANA,IF U DO’T HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY,U BETTER SHUT UP.ANY CONNECTION WITH TUMBUKAS? U’RE FULL OF EVIL SPIRITS WHICH SENDS U TO HATE INNOCENT PPLE.ACTUALLY,WHAT IS WRONG WITH TUMBUKAS? UR NOSENSE WILL JEOPARDISE U ONE DAY.

  13. wakwithu says:

    well done boys. joni yadrawe ndi nigeria azungu adandsula ngati

  14. Malawi sizatheka gyz tizawinapo ku away

  15. Emma says:

    The Game Was Played In Mwanza @ CCM Stadium,
    Ife Tili Konkuno Sitngataye Frames!

  16. Moses says:

    Ma flames kukonda madraw, eish! ndi TZ yomwe asaaaa!

  17. Kanonono says:

    The game was played in Tanzania’s second largest city – located along the Coast of Lake Victoria – of Mwanza. It was not played in the commercial city of Dar es Salaam as Nyasa Times writes.

  18. Manyasa says:

    MALAWI WITHOUT BULLETS PLAYERS CANNOT WIN

  19. nana says:

    This is not a national team again but it is one of the northern region team in Malawi,,,,,, tumbuka they are the ones that makes me to hate my national team….

    1. wakwithu says:

      this has got none to do with tumbukas . Nana whatever u call urself if u hate the national team u hate ur country too.Walter. young. r they wakwithu. I hate pipo that talk shit against us yet u r in the same land of my beautiful country.mukasowa zolemba just f. k off

  20. BALIMAN says:

    Malawi mbola, bolan bullets

  21. bbsupporter says:

    Zanu izo

  22. maria says:

    thats better results. proud of you boys

  23. duduzi says:

    Koma dziko iyi….aTumbuka akuchulukanso ngakhale mu National timuyinso…….a Chimodzi mukusankha bwanji kodi? Kinnah amamunena kuti akukondera akwawo….nanga tsopano izi ndiye zitinso tsopano abale? Inunso mukukonderanso kapena luso lachuluka kumeneko? Amene Ambuye amudalitsa palibe omutembelera anzanga….a Tumbukawa mukungolimbana nawo….simuwakwanitsa ata!!!!!!! Wina ukatere wakwiya….zako izo koma ndizoonz ndithu pakangokhala quality first koma ngati mukufuna kuyendera mphwepwa ndiye aaaaa mutha kutenga enawa! Inu simukudbwa kuti ma NGO’s amangotenga over 90% akanganyawa ngakhale kuti ku Poly, Chanco kaya ma university enawa mumapitira limodzi?….what is making them special………BLESSINGS FROM ABOVE!!!! Zako izo undwa!

    1. yohane says:

      That is why sitiwina.

  24. Mbuna says:

    Should we just be blaming? Aaa tidatopa tizingoona

  25. Alufeyo chidaya says:

    Pull up your socks guys half loaf they say its better than none

  26. chims says:

    it is a fair result.however,am surprised that the team team is the same old one besides the recent talent identification exercise where the coach picked some good players including some from sure stream.can someone tell me what’s happening,as it seems we waste too much time talking and not doing.

  27. Charles mughogho says:

    Kp on improving guys,siku lina zizayenda

  28. elias buleia says:

    big up up frames,am proud of u guys

  29. Fisher Kuzobwe says:

    Tanzania kupanga nayo 1-1? Ndesizikundatu pamenepa maswahili satha mpira apa nde tasanduka michabwa

  30. Davie mwale says:

    Enawa akalamba akapume

    1. Bwenzi says:

      Fair result. Keep it up boys!

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