Bullets beat Karonga to open 8 points gap

Nyasa Big Bullets clipped  Karonga United  in the TNM Super League on Saturday  at Kamuzu Stadium to increase their chances of grabbing the title.

Part of the action between Karonga United and Nyasa Bullets
Bullets players celebrate win

The People’s Team scored  three goals in the opening 20 minutes against one to the visitors.

Patrick Phiri opened the scoring  within four minutes to put Bullets ahead, before providing an assist to Nelson Kangunje who notched the second goal in the 12th minute.

Bullets were outstanding as they outplayed Karonga United in all departments with cJohn Lanjesi, Bashir Maunde and Yamikani Fodya manning the defense, while Henry Kabichi, Mike Mkwate and Kangunje coordinated beautifully in midfield as McPharlen Mgwira and Ernest Petro fed the forwards Chiukepo Msowoya and Phiri from the wings.

Msowoya netted the third goal just five minutes after Kangunje had put The People’s Team two-up.

The striker kept himself calm after getting the ball inside the six-yard box and sent it over his young brother Happy Msowoya’s head in between Karonga goalposts. Bullets led the visitors 3-0 at the end of the first half.

A moment later Kabichi had his goal disallowed. The in form midfielder who was left unmarked in the six-yard box received a pass from Msowoya and simply tapped the ball into the net, however the assistant referee saw an offside.

Bullets made a double substitution with 20 minutes left, introducing striker Bright Munthali for Man of the Match Phiri and right-back Pilirani Zonda who came on for injured Lanjesi.

The visitors  pulled one back through Bernard Msiska with 15 minutes remaining.

Fischer Kondowe, who came on from the bench to replace Petro in the 80th minute, made a wonderful run from the left and found his way into the 18-yard area where he laid a low ball to Munthali but the uncomposed striker sent the ball wide with probably Bullets’ final clear chance.

Following the win, Bullets took their unbeaten run to 13 games and still top the TNM Super League log table with 45 points, eight ahead of second-placed BE Forward Wanderers who now have 37 points after beating Civil Sporting Club on Saturday at Civo Stadium.

The Nomads, who have a game in hand after playing 18 matches, face Masters Security in Dedza on Sunday.

Any victory for the Nomads on Sunday will reduce the gap to 5 points.

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3 years ago

its 19 games you idiot…….

3 years ago

Its 19 games unbeaten not 13 you pussy. Chiyambileni league bullets yaliza game iti? Otherwise i like you jeromy kadewere, umatilembera nkhani za bullets bwino osati mbuzi zinazi.

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