Malawi draw 1-1 against Morocco U-23

Same old story! Malawi National Football team ‘The Flames’ has failed to beat Morocco Under-23 in a friendly match after conceding a goal in the late minutes in a match which they were leading 1 nil.

RVG on training tour of friendly matches with Malawi in Morocco

According to Football Association of Malawi (FAM) website Stanley Sanudi’s shot which was deflected by a Moroccan defender Boutouil
Abdelmounaij in the 66th minutes gave the Flames lead in the second but Morocco managed to put the game at level in the 85th minutes
through Hanaurt Hanza which forced the game into a one all draw in the regulation time.

Here is how Flames head-coach Ronny Van Geneugden started his first eleven;

Charles Swini


Stanley Sanudi
Peter Cholopi
Limbikani mzava
Denis chembezi


Frank Banda
CJ Banda
Robert Ng’ambi
Gerald papa phiri junior


Frank Gabadinho Mhango
Richard Mbulu

RVG made two changes in the second half by bringing in Dalitso Sailesi and Chikoti Chirwa who replaced Peter Cholopi and Robert Ng’ambi.

Flames next friendly match is on Monday against Togo.

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6 years ago

There’s nothing wrong with this result, U-23 players are adults, and Malawi is not on the same level of football standards as that of Morocco; it’s high time we, as Malawians, started to promoting ‘our’ own. This way of thinking is the reason why we are still behind in most of the stuff we do as a country. There’s this mentality on the ground that anything from Malawi is of low quality, one would rather buy a trouser from another country even if that trouser, is of low quality; if we can not promote our own no one will. Nigeria… Read more »

6 years ago
Reply to  Mbanji

Mbanji, that’s the wisest way of loooking at things, thumbs up for teh above.
Indeed this was a n away game where if we go back to our football history we hardly make it., so you will that see results obtained in Morrocco bring hope and ancouragement, so The Flames, KIP and rusbbish to you who do not love and not proud ot your own Country FLAMES.

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