Bullets beat Tigers, on the brink of winning Malawi TNM Super League

Big Bullets edged closer to win the TNM Super League  title as they cruised to a comfortable victory against Azam Tigers at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.

Match of the day action
Match of the day action
Goal!
Goal!
Fighting for the ball
Fighting for the ball
Bullets top fan Raphael Nasimba
Bullets top fan Raphael Nasimba
Bullets celebrations time
Bullets celebrations time
Man of the match
Man of the match
Bullets fans on cloud nine
Bullets fans on cloud nine

The Peoples team must beat  Moyale barracks  at home in their next fixture  to guarantee the crown.

After a slow start, Bullets  were put on the path towards the title by a Dalitso Sailesi corner kick, which landed into Jaffalie Chande’s head before kissing Tigers net.

The goal, and the manner in which it was conceded, ended Tigers fleeting resistance and Bullets cantered to victory in the first 45 minutes.

Tizyowere Kumwenda added the second from Chande’s pass in the second half, with only Tigers goalkeeper Juwawo to collect the ball inside the net.

Tigers came closest through Isaac Kaliati  in the second half with a drive from outside the penalty area that glanced off the bar with Bullets keeper Vincent Gona beaten.

As the opening of the second half threatened to drift aimlessly to its conclusion, a shocking error from Sankhani Mkandawire nearly
presented Tigers  with an equalizer but  their lacklustre efforts barely deserved.

Under no pressure, Tigers striker Bright Munthali  sent a backpass straight to Gomegzani Gondwe, who could barely believe his luck as he rounded Gona but alas! his weak shot went wide.

Bullets believed they should have had the opportunity to double their advantage in the dying moments of the game when Jimmy Zakazaka fell as he raced into the box accompanied by Boston Kabango.

Towards the end of game, Tigers kept Bullets on the tight rope, especially on the left flank where Kaliati tormented Zonda and Ian Chinyama but his inteligent crosses were not ultilised by strikers.

The fight visibly drained out of Tigers , who had to replace  Bright Munthali, and Peter Kansonga had to  be introduced.

Kasonga’s presence was felt when he produced an outstanding shot which was  saved  to his left by Gona.

All that was left was for Bullets  to play out time without any mishaps – which they were able to do without alarm as they moved to the brink of reclaiming the  League that they last won some years back.

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andys
andys
6 years ago

bullets singadyedwe nd moyale…..neva

KK
KK
6 years ago

Moyele woyeeee,Bullets ndi ndiwo yathu,mikango idya zimenezi.

frazer
frazer
6 years ago

umangozdiwilatu kuti maule mwala maule wowowowowowowowowowowye

Danny
Danny
6 years ago

MAULE WOYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WAMKAKA NDAMWANSO MAMEMBA NONSE

PETER KUMULOZA
PETER KUMULOZA
6 years ago

Umangoziwiratu Ameneo Ndiye Maule Amatha Amyamata Akundimvesa Kukoma

PETER
PETER
6 years ago

Maule Woyeee Lets Bit Moyale We,ll Enjoy Forever

akimu jimu
akimu jimu
6 years ago

BB keep it fire burning and we wl keep on supporting u dont disapoint us because you are already apointed to take the so called tnm super league .for better for worse always with BB,Remember just to keep it burning!!!!! forward ever backward never.

DR DRE
DR DRE
6 years ago

TINGOTI PHEEE, TIONE, CHIFUKWA ASKALI AJA SIKUTI ANGOTAMBALALA AYI

Dennis chipeta
6 years ago

Maule kundimwetsa wamkaka!!!!

Afanaze
6 years ago

Iiiiiihi Anasimba, chaka chino ndichama Bullets, zabwino zonse

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