Moyale hold Bullets to a 1-1 draw, Surestream still winless: Malawi TNM Super League

Big Bullets were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw against Moyale Barracks in the TNM Super League as they failed to find a late winner at Mzuzu Stadium on Sunday.

Yet to win: Surestream FC...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Yet to win: Surestream FC…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Big Bullets winless n Mzuzu outing..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Big Bullets winless n Mzuzu outing..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Moyale  hold Bullets to another frustrating drawPix Alex Mwazalumo

Moyale hold Bullets to another frustrating drawPix Alex Mwazalumo

Deus Nkutu had opened the scoring for the Kaning’ina soldiers but Chiukepo Msowoya found an equaliser just before half-time and the Peoples team winner looked inevitable as they enjoyed total domination after the interval.

The home team dominated the game in the first 20 minutes through the likes of Chrispin Fukizi, Robert Simkonda and Luka Muyawa but lacked the killer punch upfront.

However, the tempo of the game changed towards the end of the first half as Bullets dominated the ball possession without showing too many signs of coming up with an equaliser as Moyale defended with tenacity, while retaining a threat at the other end.

But just when it seemed as though Moyale would reach the break with their lead intact, Msowoya finally took advantage of the space out wide to level the scores in first-half stoppage time.

Picking up the ball on the left, he danced beyond the retreating Lameck Thindwa before cutting inside past Moyale keeper and firing a low shot into the far corner.

Both sides tried to secure the winning goal but to no avail.

Moyale assistant coach Themba Ntontholo accused the referee of being incompetent.

“I have never seen a worst referee since l started coaching. If our referees will continue officiating games the way this one handled this match then lam sorry to say our football will never develop,” said Ntontholo.

Echoing Ntontholos remarks on the referee was Big Bullets technical director Billy Tewesa.

Tewesa said: “I think some of these referees favour teams from their region otherwise the officiation was poor.”

Bullets draw on Sunday against Moyale means they have returned to Blantyre from Mzuzu with 2 points having drawn 1-1 the previous day against Mzuni.

They are now overtaken Mighty Wanderers of the summit of the table with a point ahead and a game more.

In another Super League encounter in Lilongwe, Epac shared the spoils with Sure Stream after a 0-0 draw.

The new rookies, who lost 3-1 to Airborne Rangers on Saturday, have returned to the commercial city with a point.

The Peter Mponda side yet to taste a win in the top flight league.

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Mukanawina bwenzi simukudandaula

Emmanuel Ngaunje

That’s how lyf goes on.keep on trading maule


The objective of sure stream is to develop football so these kids are just learning.


This tender team “surestream” plays a very entertaining football worth your attention and i am very sure this team will survive in the top flight.
It was my first time seeing these young rockies playing in Lilongwe and it has the Barca style of play.Every department has a skilled and confident
player osati anthu olimba tikumawaona mu National team yathuyi


Bola mwadziwa ku Lilongwe a surestream….

Hope Hwayo

When will surestream taste a win mmmmmmm to be back to premier league!!


Pepa neba.


The BBS would have scored more goals,but sought to please the mfutis for fear of being thrown into akasinjas

spying genuies

Bolani kusiyana ndikupeka, well done ma guys

Man P Chitsa

wawa maule mmakwana koopsa
kulasa mtengo mchamuna chomwe hahaaaaaaa

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