Moyale back at the summit of TNM league

Moyale are back on top of the TNM Super League table following their narrow 1 – 0 victory over Zomba United on Sunday.

This victory moves the Kaning’ina soldiers to the summit on 28 points level with Blantyre United and Mafco and only separated by goal difference.

Gastin Simukonda scored Moyale’s crucial goal on their way to the top.

Coach Nicolas Mhango was happy with the victory and climbing back on top but refused to be carried away saying the battle is still on.

“Am excited we are back on top but I should admit that the competition is stiff and we have to be at our level best to remain there,” he said after the game.

Moyale: League leaders

Blantyre United were on song beating Mafco who will go back to Salima with a single point from a possible 6.  The Salima outfit drew 1 – 1 with Wanderers on Saturday and would have loved to collect 3 points against united.

Jimmy Chikulekule and Brian Mizeya scored in each half to guarantee maximum points and a place in the top 3.

Lawson Nakoma,an official of the club said their young side is showing enough hunger and are willing to go all the way.

“We lost some two players to Azam Tigers but life is continuing and we would love to carry one and finish on an honourable position,” he said.

Nakoma adds that they will continue working hard to maintain their passing brand of football and win more matches to stay afloat.

Mafco coach Temwa Msuku bemoaned the dropping of 5 points on the road but says they will still keep their headS up.

In Lilongwe, Silver Strikers gave away a 1 – 0 lead to draw against Azam Tigers at home.

Tony Chitsulo gave the central bankers false hopes before Charles Ngosi levelled matters at the Silver Stadium.

Classified TNM Super League results for Sunday
Silver 1 Tigers 1
BT united 2 Mafco 0
Moyale 1 Zomba united 0

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