Coach Nswzirimo Ramdhan n says it was going back to basics that helped Nyasa Bug Bullets secure a much needed win against Civil Sporting Club 3-0 at Kalulu Stadium in Nchalo, Chikwawa on Sunday.
Ramadhan says his players got their attitude spot on.
“The results since the season kicked off has not been good and we needed to take responsibility for that,” said Ramdhana.
“We had to go out there and get back to basics and we did just that,” he continued.
Collen Nkhulambe ended Bullets’ goal drought midway the first half to give his team a 1-0 lead going to recess.
They went two up after Henry Kabichi’s effort was deflected into the net by Civil’s John Dambuleni in under 10 minutes of the second half before Nkhulambe claimed a brace a few minutes later to make it 3-0.
Bullets now have four points from three games while the Civil Servants have returned to the capital city empty handed having lost to PremierBet Wizards 1-0 on Saturday. They have three points from five games.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :