Malawian interim-coach John Maduka secured first win of the year with Bloemfontein Celtic’s 2-0 win over Chippa United in the South Africa Absa Premiership on Sunday.
Musa Nyatama scored two late goals to overcome a spirited Chippa United who played with a numerical disadvantage after Rhulani Manzini was shown marching orders.
He was penalised for headbutting Celtic’s Alfred Ndengane in the 25th minute in an-off-ball incident.
Celtic’s with has lifted them two places up to the 16 team log table with 18 points from 17 games perching on position 12 while Chippa stay in the middle of the table at position 8 with 20 Points.
Celtic suffered loses to Mamelodi Sundowns and Golden Arrows in the league piling pressure on the former Malawi national football team captain.
The soft spoken Maduka was relieved with the result saying it was a do-or-die encounter.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :