As the week four of the TNM Super League gets underway, Big Bullets F.C started their central region tour on a high note by collecting three points on top of struggling Civo Service United at the Silver Stadium in Lilongwe.
A 13th minute first half goal from Henry Kabichi was enough to seal the victory for Big Bullets and bury the Civil Servants who at least looked an improved side comparing to the previous games.
Bullets star Gabadinho Mhango who has received praises by the soccer fraternity recently seem to have lost steam as he again failed to tick and impress forcing the Bullets technical panel headed by Eddington Ng’onamo
to repalce him with veteran striker Heston Munthali.
Despite losing, Civo managed to show some brilliance and resistance more especially on the midfield where they featured Patrick Gunde, Dave Ng’ambi and Blessings Phiri who was a marvel to watch with his pin point passes.
They need to blame themselves for failing to equalise as they wasted a number of good scoring opportunities with Lawrence “Teacher” Mwehiwa as the major culprit.
Four minutes after recess, Civo were awarded a penalty but Patrick Gunde missed the golden opportunity to the disappointment of his fellow teammates and supporters.
The Civil Servants kept on chasing the game for an equalizer that never came until the final whistle following Bullets F.C’s jealous defending.
On the other hand, Bullets also missed several opportunities through Diverson Mlozi and Gabadinho before he was substituted.
Bullets F.C play Kamuzu Barracks on Sunday against Kamuzu Barracks at the Dedza Community Centre ground.