Big Bullets have claimed the driving sit in the TNM Super league after beating Airborne Rangers 3-0 on Sunday at the Kamuzu Stadium.
Bullets are now on first position with 24 points and have dislodged Moyale Barracks.
Airborne Rangers played well, only that they were demoralized by an own early goal scored by Asedi Ayami which took away the fighting spirit from them.]
The other two goals were netted by Henry Kabichi and Divrson Mlozi while Mussa Manyenje was the main culprit in missing two clear chances.
Playing before a large crowd, Bullets were just superb in all departments with veteran Fischer Kondowe playing on top of his performance. No wonder he was voted man of the match.
Airborne Rangers coach Henry Khembo attributed fatigue to their loss after another cracking encounter the previous day in Zomba against Red Lions.
“All in all we will rectify our problems in our next game, otherwise it was not a bad performance from my boys,” said Khembo.
Bullets coach Elijah Kananji said: “The boys have played to instructions. We have been working on target shooting and today we have utilized half of all the chances we had.”
In Nchalo, Blantyre United beat Azam Tigers 1-0 courtesy of Osward Mawonga.