Mighty Be Forward Wanderers team manager Steve Madeira was full of praise for his team following their qualification to the Fisd Challenge Cup final with clean sheet.
The Lali Lubani Road outfit have not actually conceded a single goal in the tournament.
The Nomads have managed to score 17 goals in their four matches.
They won 3-0 against Karonga United, before beating Lake Valley 5-0. Nomads also crashed Zolozolo 8-0, before beating Blue Eagles 1-0 on Saturday.
Madeira hailed the Nomads relentless fighting spirit in the face of a resilient opponent.
“Another win and clean sheet, Wanderers is back in town,” said Madeira.
“We’re in a good moment on the training ground and working hard. We happy with reaching the final but the cup is not won yet, so we will work more hard,” Madeira said.
Blue Eagles coach DeKlerk Msakakuona rued the failure to convert the scoring opportunities.
There were wild celebrations after the game, when the bluedraped supporters of Wanderers, the team that now puts on orange colours after dumping blue, escorted their bus from the stadium to Lali-Lubani Road, while chanting Nyerere zakoka Jombo.
The Nomads will now face Kamuzu Barracks in the final who won the other semi-final clash against Silver Srikers at Silver Stadium on Sunday.