Lilongwe based military outfit Kamuzu Barracks on Wednesday mercilessly massacred Southern Region Football League Premier Division side Chikhwawa United 4-0 in a FISD Challenge Cup Round of 16 match
played at the Civo Stadium.
The result truly reflects what Head Coach for the soldiers side Billy Phambala said prior to the two sides meeting that his dream is to win
the FISD Cup.
The trophy was introduced last year and the inaugural winners were Mighty Be Forward Wanderers who are currently already out of the competition.
The soldiers were untouchable from back to front in a magnificent that revived memories of their finest form in the second round of the
2016-2017 Soccer Season that saw them registering their first ever historical TNM Super League win.
Despite struggling and poor showing in the league this season, onWednesday they showed pace, skill and pressed their opponents into
submission and probed weeknesses ruthlessly on a manner of a team on top of its game.
Harvey Nkacha, Manase Chiyesa were among the scorers.
Phambala told reporters after the match that he was satisfied with the performance of his boys.
“The players did extremely well and we can’t say one player wasn’t on the right level and all in all I can just say we had a good performance” said Phambala.
“We will try as much as possible to maintain today’s performance so that we can accomplish our dream of winning the FISD Cup” he added.
K.B will face winners between Azam Tigers and Holly Cross who meets on Thursday afternoon.
Master Security through. Master Security Services are also through to the quarterfinals of the ongoing FISD Challenge Cup following a 1-0 narrow win over Mafco FC.
Former Epac and Be Forward Wanderers defensive midfielder Tsanzo Dalio
scored the all important goal.
He converted from the spot kick.
Masters will face winners between Dedza Soccer Saints or Nsuwadzi FC
both from lower leagues.
In other round of 16 matches, Nyasa Big Bullets and Blue Eagles FC progressed to the quarter finals after beating Karonga United 4-2 and Mzuni FC 4-2 (through penalties) respectively.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :