Nomads beat Epac to reach Luso TV tourney

Mighty Wanderers secured their slot in the finals of the Luso TV  Bonanza after clipping Epac FC 3-0 through post-match penalties Saturday at Civo Stadium.

The Nomads, despite losing two key players Jacob Ngwira and Diverson Chilemba  in the first half due to injuries, could have rested the game through Victor Mpinganjira and Mike Kaziputa who missed several clear chances.

On the other camp, Epac FC was the best side in the first 15 minutes of the game especially through Mussa Manyenje and Kondwani Ngwira but lack of composure inside the danger-zone denied them victory.

Nomads players  praying for another win
Nomads players praying for another win

After a barren draw in the 90 minutes plus five minutes added time both teams were forced to go into the penalties where the Nomads managed to score three times through Victor Mpinganjira,  Cuthebert  Sinetre and Mike Kaziputa.

Kondwani Lufeyo, however missed the first penalty for the Nomads.

Epac FC had Pilirani Zonde and Jelesi Lufeyo  to blame for allowing Bester Phiri to save their spot kicks after Stain Malata’s hard shot hits the posts.

Mighty Wanderers coach Stewart Mbolembole said it was his wish is to meet Big Bullets.

Big Bullets  were facing  Silver  Strikers to find the winner who will join the Nomads in the finals.

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