Big Bullets strikers Gabadihno Mhango and Heston Munthali scored a goal each to enable the club go through into another phase in the Presidential Cup game which was played on Sunday at Kamuzu Stadium.
Before the kick-off of the game, there were emotional scenes when their prodigal son Chimango Kayira swallowed his pride by apologizing in front of the People’s Team for his remarks he made earlier on after quitting the club for Silver Strikers.
Kayira, who was accompanied by some supporters and Bullets coach Edington Ng’onamo, went in front of Bullets stand before raising his arms showing an apology.
After doing this to almost two stands, with tears streaming down his face he was consoled by Ng’onamo.
Back to the game, Bullets kicked-off the match casually as they were underrating the Under-20 Griffin Young Stars side.
In the 12th minute, Bullets midfielder Henry Kabichi, who had a grant game exchanged passes with Ian Chinyama only for Heston Munthali to shoot wide.
Griffin Young Stars tried to accelerate their gear especially through Mark Fodya, young brother to Bullets left back Yamikani but lack of experience let them down.
The Chitawira township based teams also displayed some brilliant football through Rafiq Juma and Jailesi Nyang’ombe but all their effort proved futile as they failed to match the likes of Douglas Chirambo, Gabadihno Mhango and Ian Chinyama, who were on top of their game.
However, it was Mhango and Munthali’s goals that sailed the Peoples Team through into another phase.