Nyasa Bullets thump Max Bullets in Malawi TNM Super League

Fresh from winning the Presidential cup on Saturday, defending TNM super league champions were back in action on Wednesday afternoon  at the Kamuzu stadium as they thumped Max Bullets 5-1.

Chiukepo Msowoya (right) celebrating his goal
Chiukepo Msowoya (right) celebrating his goal
Nyasa Bullets and Max Bullets in action
Nyasa Bullets and Max Bullets in action

The TNM Super League defending champions who were without a league win in three assignments before the kick-off were looking forward to replicate their cup form to league games.  No wonder they were on the score sheet as early as 9 minutes into the first half with Mussa  Manyenje opening the scoring .

Chiukepo Msowoya added a second five minutes later and the scores remained the same until half time.

Soon after recess, Fischer Kondowe put the game to bed after connecting a Mcfallen Ngwira through ball. A few minutes later, Msowoya made it 4-0 completing his brace on the day.

Soon after scoring Msowoya and Sankhani Mkandawire were hooked off for Diverson Mlozi and Muhammed Sulumba respectively. However, despite making a double substitution,  it was Max Bullets who were on the score sheet next with Tony Biasi completing a well calculated move started by Jacob Ngwira.

Mcfallen Ngwira completed the scoring in extra time and the final result was 5-1 in favor of the Nyasa Big Bullets.

Speaking to Nyasa times after the game,  Nyasa Big Bullets assistant Coach Mabvuto Lungu said it was good to get back to winning ways.

“Positive results have not been on our side in the past three league games. This is a good motivation as we prepare for Silver Strikers on Sunday,” said Lungu.

In his remarks, MTV Max Bullets Coach Trevor  Kajawa admitted the result was more than a humiliation.

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