Bullets back on top after beating Civo, Silver lose again: TNM Super League Malawi

Malawi football champions Big Bullets moved into the TNM Super League top slot with a 2-1 victory against struggling Civo United on Saturday at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

Henry Kabichi on the ball...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Henry Kabichi on the ball…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Acrobatic clearance...Photo Jeromy Kadewere.
Acrobatic clearance…Photo Jeromy Kadewere.
Nelson Kangunje celebrating his goal...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Nelson Kangunje celebrating his goal…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
 Bashir-Maunde-clearing-the-ball...Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

Bashir-Maunde-clearing-the-ball…Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Yamikani-Fodya-celebrating his-goal...Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Yamikani-Fodya-celebrating his-goal…Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Musician Billy Kaunda and Sulom Vice chairman Daudi Suleman at the VIP Stands....Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Musician Billy Kaunda and Sulom Vice chairman Daudi Suleman at the VIP Stands….Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Big Bullets coach Mabvuto Lungu...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Big Bullets coach Mabvuto Lungu…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Civo United fans who travelled from Lilongwe ...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Civo United fans who travelled from Lilongwe …Photo Jeromy Kadewere

This was a first win for Bullets after three straight draws, and they moved top on 23 points, two ahead of second-placed rivals Be Forward Wanderers.

The champions have played nine game but the Nomads, who remain unbeaten in nine games, could regain top spot if they win against Silver Strikers on Sunday.

Veteran Fischer Kondowe scored for the Peoples Team through a header before Yamikani Fodya’s well curved free kick earned Bullets the second goal.

The Civil Servants scored their lone goal through Nelson Kangunje, who released a grass cutter shot outside the box to beat Vincent Gona in goals.

The people’s team was also denied many scoring opportunities with Henry Kabichi and Jaffalie Chande being the main culprits.

Big Bullets were in defiant mood from the word go, as they dominated the proceedings of the match, especially on the left flank where Dalitso Sailesi operated.

The civil servants lacked coordination but they were strong in defence where Emmanuel Zoya and John Lanjesi formed a strong wall.

Zoya and Lanjesi were the main pillars that even Chiukepo Msowoya was kept on the tight rope by the two giant defenders.

Towards the end of 45 minutes, Civo United piled up more pressure to Bullets defence, but their striking force was toothless until recess time.

In the second half, Civo United came with fresh ideas, as they resorted in using wingers to supply crosses to their strikers but alas! Their strikers lacked confidence and composure inside the box.

Bullets made several changes by introducing Chikumbutso Kanyenda, Miracle Gabeya and Jelesi Lufeyo for Dave Nga’mbi, Fischer Kondowe and Pilirani Zonda.

The Civil Servants tried to unlock Bullets defence but it was too strong until the last whistle.

Civo United coach Oscar Kaunda blamed the referee for their loss.

“ We have lost because of questionable decision by the refree Andy Kuseli . The referee was against us otherwise we were not supposed to lose this match, he played a part in our loss,” said Kaunda.

Big Bullets coach Mabvuto Lungu praised his charges for the three points and urged their fans to continue drumming support to the team.

In Nchalo, it was a black day for Silver Strikers, who went down 1-0 to Azam Tigers through Peter Katsonga’s penalty goal following a foul on Dan Kumwenda.

Tigers moved to fourth on 17 points from nine games as Silver slipped to fifth on 16 points from 10 games.

In Mzuzu Stadium, Innocent Bokosi’s two goals handed eighth-placed Red Lions a 2-1 win over Moyale Barracks who sneaked in the consolation through sniper Deus Nkutu.

Moyale are 10th on eight points from nine games.

In another game, Epac made it two wins in a row after beating Airborne Rangers 1-0 at Civo Stadium to jump to eighth on 11 points.

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Nsendekere
Nsendekere
6 years ago

I was put off by the squabbles and scandals in BB at the end of their Africa club championship participation and even stopped contributing to their cause through TNM. But now that things have become quiet and they are doing well in Super League, I just might come back,. Congrats BB. Keep it up. No more squabbles and scandals, please!

Balitchi
Balitchi
6 years ago

Maule ndimabwana wina afune asafune

ALBERT SUPELO
ALBERT SUPELO
6 years ago

BB Simakhumudwitsa n yolimbika, ife tikumwa wa uchi!!! ena akumva kuwawa inu mukuwadziwa bwino

ntex
ntex
6 years ago

Koma MAULE aaaaaaaa kkkkkkkk

amfana
6 years ago

Ana achepa.maule pa top.Enanu ndiye musovatu.

Thocco kambalame
6 years ago

Bb ndi no 1 muno mw ena inu mungotaya nthaw kusapota matimu omwesa vinyo osasa kkkkkk.

Thocco kambalame
6 years ago

maule timatha palibenso team ina koma bb

quincy majawa
6 years ago

Bb ndi Chitimu …..

philoman
6 years ago

BB ndi Dilu kkkkkkk

Patrick Harry
Patrick Harry
6 years ago

go,go BB we love you

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