Bvumbwe maul Lions as Tigers beat sorry Escom: Malawi Super League

Bvumbwe Research breathed new life into their TNM Super League survival bid with a 1-0 win over Red Lions at Kamuzu Stadium on Tuesday.

Titus Banda scored for Bvumbe late at the dot of the first half to set up a tense finish

In the last 45 minutes, it was Bvumbwe Research turn, as they controlled the game through their man f the match Ibrahim Sadik, who was a thorn to Red Lions defence.

Other players for Thyolo District based out-fit, who caused havoc to Red Lions were Mayeso Mphanje and Vincent Chinthenga even though he failed to tick towards the end of the match.

Vincent Chinthenga chasing for the ball….Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Sensing danger, the soldiers picked up their game in the dying minute with Boniface Kaulesi trying to equalize but the upright frustrated him with Ndaziona Mamu in Bvumbwe’s goal already beaten.

Coach for Bvumbe, Bob Mpinganjira said after the match: “I am so happy because we have collected three points. My next move is to see our side winning the rest of the matches for us to stand a better position to fight relegation.

Red Lilons coach Collins Nkuna said: “We could not utilize our chances and that cost as the game.”

Other matches

Escom United woes continued on Tuesday, as they were walloped 4-0 to Azam Tigers in a one-sided affair in Nchalo.

The Electricians, who are stuck in the relegation zone were second fiddle to the Kau-Kau boys from the word with Moses Nankumba hitting a brace while Mabvuto Chipolopolo and Kondwani Lufeyo scored a goal each.

Other relation bound side  Kabwafu  F.C were at it again on Tuesday after losing to
Tigers and Red Lions in the Southern Region, they were not spared by ‘Njenjete zaku Lilongwe’ Epac F.C with a 3-0 defeat.

Ishmael Thindwa scored a brace with Wonderful Timeyo nailing the last nail on Kabwafu’s coffin.

Bvumbwe Research players chanting after the match….Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Mayeso Mphanje for Bvumbwe in control of things….Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Ibrahim Sadik was a thorn to Red Lions defence…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Bob Mpinganjira granting an interview to the press after the match…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Chinthenga trying to score through a header…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Red Lions bench led by Collins Nkuna and Mike Kumanga….Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Parading onto the field of play….Photo Jeromy Kadewere

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