Big Bullets and Blue Eagles shared a point each in the elite TNM Super League encounter which took place on Friday at Nankhaka Stadium in the capital city Lilongwe.
The teams drew 1-1 in a highly contested match which was watched by a large crowd.
The Cops from Area 30 were first to kiss the net courtesy of Philip Masiye early in the second half before Bullets equalized through Godfrey Msonda after a well taken cross from Douglas Chirambo.
However, the ‘people’s team’ fans cried foul after the officiating personnel denied them what they described it could have been a winning goal.
Bullets coach Eding’ton Ng’onamo had no kind words for the match officials.
“Officiation was poor and l am so disappointed because the referee denied us a clear goal otherwise we deserved a win,” said Ng’onamo.
This was the second time for the Bullets mentor to complain about officiation. During a 2-1 defeat in the hands of Mighty ‘Nyerere’ Wanderers, Ng’onamo also protested over officiation.
Blue Eagles coach Decleck Nsakakuwona said it was a fair result as both sides displayed classic football.
“It was a well balanced game only that it was not our day to win because we gave that 1-0 lead,” he said.
In Friday’s encounter, Big Bullets fans had a chance to watch their prodigal son Fisher ‘Anong’a Kondowe, who displayed quality soccer.
In an interview with Nyasa Times Kondowe said he was delighted to be back onto the field of play after long time.
“I am very happy and Bullets fans should expect more from me. I enjoyed today’s game and lam looking forward to the rest of the matches,” said Kondowe.
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