Nyasa Big Bullets and Mzuni United played to a 0-0 draw in the TNM Super League clash played at Mulanje Park Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Peoples team were out of the blocks early and it needed a great save from the students to prevent Nelson Kangunje from opening the score for the home team.
More attacks from Bullets resulted in Mzuni’s goal custodian again having to punch clear, with Brighton Munthali proving to be threatening once more.
Mzuni then had a chance to score in the 20th minute , but their striker pushed his attempt wide and so, too, did his teammate, a few minutes later.
Stung by Mzuni’s enterprise, Bullets finally got into some sort of rhythm and created a few opportunities of their own.
Kangunje failed to make the most of his chance, while good interplay between Precious Phiri and Munthali also caused some uncertainty in the students defence.
Bullets side, though, finished the first half in the ascendancy and were unlucky not to score when Kangunje with only the keeper to beat shoot wide.
The second half kicked off in spectacular fashion as both teams pushed for an early goal but to no avail.
Spurred into action, the students side responded with two inviting chances, but worstful striker fired over the bar and, soon after, their left midfielder header was well saved by Bullets keeper.
Bullets continued to press, with Fischer Kondowe shooting wide.
But, with neither team able to break the deadlock, goalless was the result.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :