Nomads’ Sineta lightens the gloom after draw with Epac

Mighty Wanderers sensational teenager Cuthbert Sineta says  his team  can go all the way and lift this season’s TNM Super League title if they continue working hard and pulling to one direction as they did durig the weeknd’s outing in Lilongwe.

After beating Silver Striker 1-0, Wanderers felt like they are surrendering their title chances when they were held by Epac United on Sunday with their fans wearing gloomy faces after the match.

Sineta, however, was not among the gloomy. Sure, he would have preferred a win, but this 1-1 stalemate was not badly timed.  He said it will have reminded everyone that the idea  Wanderers were champions in waiting was a tad over-optimistic. They remain a work in progress.

Sineta: We are in with a chance to win the title

“The title may as well go to the wire,” Sineta said. Besides, he added: “Wanderers are in with a chance to win and if the spirit that we took to the capital will be maintained, the trophy will be for us.”

Sineta longside his ally, teenage winger Gerald Phiri played a crucial role in helping his side clinch a had fought 1-0 victory at Silver Striker’s stadium on Saturday. But it was Sineta who stole the show with some eye catching performances in the middle of the park for the Blantyre based outfit and earned him a man of the match award.

Nomads scored through much improving Anthony Banda.

Sineta, who was presented with a rare starting opportunity following Nomads crisis after seeing midfield maestro Joseph Kamwendo and another regular Nafe Msasa miss out due to various reasons, attributed his man of the match award to his team mates contributions.

“Am thanking my teammates for work that we have played well ogether and that hard working has paid off.

“We are still remaining with some games but the win against Silver, a team which is always tough to beat, has given us a boost and we are very much into the title race,” said Sineta.

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