Tigers pip Airborne:  Malawi TNM Super League

Azam Tigers preserved their unbeaten run in two consecutive games by inflicting pain to Airborne Rangers, who will have to win games  if they are to  escape the relegation zone. The Kau Kau boys won 3-0.

Tigers  were worth the win after a stunning performance as they never allowed the visitors  to settle in midfield and defended  jealously.

Tigers praying before the match....Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Tigers praying before the match….Photo Jeromy Kadewere

“We showed no fear,” said coach Franco Ndawa. “It was a fantastic performance and result. Tactically, we were spot-on, my boys  have grasped what we have been working on in training. “

Airborne cannot say they were not warned. Since Tigers reached the finals of the Standard bank, their form has improved.

Airborne Rangers assistant coach Kondwani  Gawani admitted before hand that  Tigers  had a good recent record.

The Salima based soldiers started quite poorly, particularly in defence, and were a goal down after 21 minutes.

Peter Kasonga poke  the ball into the bottom of Airborne Rangers net corner.

Airborne Rangers  watched Tigers  attacks being comfortably repulsed by the outstanding  Bright Munthali,who scored the second goal.

With Tigers  barely crossing the halfway line in the second period and Airborne seeing plenty of the ball, the only question for the final half-hour was how long the home team  would be able to last out.

Airborne tried to secure a goal, but Tigers fully deserved the victory for their overall organisation and determined defending.

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2 thoughts on “Tigers pip Airborne:  Malawi TNM Super League”

  1. Kanyimbi says:

    Kanyimbi salutes the tigers.

  2. Oga Kent Mulhomwe says:

    Every team cannot say they were warned.Kau Kau in form now,we want 2 maintain history.Azam @its best

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