Malawi beat Zambia to qualify for Cosafa semis with Chawinga’s vital goal

Malawi has claimed the bragging rights in the southern African women football after winning narrowly 1-0 at the on-going Cosafa Women’s Championship in Port Elizabeth qualified for the semifinals.

Temwa Chawinga scored vital goal

China-based Temwa Chawinga scored the only goal of the match.

No fans are allowed access into the stadiums, but the senior championship matches are being broadcast LIVE on SuperSport’s Variety4 in South Africa, and Variety 4 Africa and Go Select 2, as well as being streamed LIVE on www.cosafa.tv.

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Appelle-moi Bliss
Appelle-moi Bliss
8 months ago

Keeping colors 🇲🇼

Alick Lawyer Phiri
Alick Lawyer Phiri
8 months ago

Keep it up’ Mukutifwula soni, we are proud of you….

Last edited 8 months ago by Alick Lawyer Phiri
Mulopwana
8 months ago

Anyamata anthu akumenya bhoo mpira

CESSPOOL
CESSPOOL
8 months ago

Grateful to our sports Queens. The flames won’t be extinguished. Malawi have superior skills to the all teams that are at the tournament. Keep the fire burning we are basking in your glorious performance ladies

Gedion Butao
Gedion Butao
8 months ago

Bravo!!!!!

timothy pagonachinda ntamboh

Big up Her Excellency Tabitha Chawinga. Inuyo ndi dolo, mukumatimvetsa kukoma pamene mu dziko muno zinthu wasokonekera ndi ulamuliro wa M’busa uyu ndi Zeze.

Last edited 8 months ago by timothy pagonachinda ntamboh
Manas
Manas
8 months ago

Mwapanga ntchito mwawana you are making us proud as we Malawians we wish you all the best to the final.

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