Bullets hammered 0-4 in Sudan: Coach believes Malawi champions can overcome deficit in BT

Malawi champions Big Bullets on Sunday suffered a humiliating 0-4 defeat to Sudan’s Al Hilal in a 2015 Caf Champions League first round, first leg match played at Omdurman Stadium, Khartou.

Ramadhan remains hopeful....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Ramadhan remains hopeful….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

The Sudanese giants’ win gives them a huge advantage going into the second leg to be played after two weeks at the Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on the last weekend of month.

According to Matindi FM Radio commentary indicated that Sudanese star forward Mudathir Careca scored a double, one goal in each half to give the hosts an advantage.

Boubacar Kebe and Nazir Hamid added to the scores to make a bad outing for the Malawian visitors.

Hilal scored twice in each half to make life difficult for the Malawi champions.

But Burundian coach for Bullets Nsazurwimo Ramadhan   believes his side can overcome the deficit and register a historic win against AI-Hilal  in the second leg and has vowed to give everything to win the match.

“We have a massive challenge but we will give absolutely everything to try and go through. They are favourites but we can reverse it. We have to make sure the spirit, the belief and the desire is there,” he told Nyasa Times from Khartoum.

Ramadhan’s  side must score five  goals to progress and at the same time they must not conceded more than a goal to keep their hopes alive.

Big Bullets captain Fischer Kondowe  believes that getting the first goal early in Blantyre  will be key as it would boost the team’s morale and confidence.

“It will be a difficult task. Then again, in football, strange things have happened in the past,” said Kondowe.

In Sunday’s encounter, Big Bullets were reduced to kindergarten children as they failed to dominate the proceedings of the match.

Bullets squad: Vincent Gona, Henry Kabichi (Ian Chinyama), Pilirani Zonda, Dalitso Sailesi, Victor Limbani, Jaffalie Chande, Mussa Manyenje (Tizgobele), Fischer Kondowe, Victor Limbani (Bashir Maunde),James Chilapondwa , Sankhani Mkandawire, Yamikani Fodya.

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Dumi
Dumi
5 years ago

zoti bullets ndikuzabweza zigoli 5 mmmm zandikayikitsa coz zachuluka kwambiri

Hardson
5 years ago

Still behind you guys I feel it can be done right within here chances are are there! How did they do, we can do the same. I salute you coach and your captain. Osakhulupilira akhale (The Thomases)

Noel
Noel
5 years ago

keep on BB. One Day is One Day, we ll get well soon.Osafowoka more fire the Peoples team

wisestfool
wisestfool
5 years ago

Mbuzi ya coach ndi ma puleya ake mbuzinso!! Bola Kananji yemweujatu!!

TIMO
TIMO
5 years ago

Not the first to lose BB still the peoples team.the coach is right

fisher
fisher
5 years ago

Tidzawina pakamuzu stadium

please
please
5 years ago

Failing to prepare is preparing to fail it was evident from the beginning that bullets has no quality and the few that fought very hard WMD were sidelined ,having players without names can not assist and even the officials new about it ,looking at the way they were panicking looking for players using shortcuts from other clubs was visible koma amafuna kungokwera ndege basi finishing the little resources they got from prize moneys .Plan better,buy good players invest in them ,give them everything remember out of nothing ,nothing comes out .

wanted
wanted
5 years ago

WA mkaka kapena wa mkwaka kuno ndiye luso lake lidzachokera pati mudzatibulidwanso

Chimbirazowa
Chimbirazowa
5 years ago

Kkklk inu size yanu ndi fomboni, kkki, A Coach a Caf License amenewo.

shuxy
shuxy
5 years ago

zaziii basi kuzitukumula mumati ndi Fomboni iyiiii shupiti zanu mukule kayee mamen shaaaaaa maluya ndi ovuta

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