Omegadinho delight for Nomads as they prey on Karonga Utd: Eagles go top of Malawi TNM league
Mighty Wanderers forgotten midfielder Omega Mhone on Saturday hit a brace and setting other two goals as the Nomads demolished new rookies in the elite TNM Super League, Karonga United 4-1 at Kamuzu Stadium in the country’s commercial city of Blantyre in a very exciting game..
Omegadinho apart from his two goals was also an architech of the goals from Jacob Ngwira and Innocent Dzimbiri.
Karonga United scared the Nomads as they opened the scoresheet in the 17th minute through Pacharo Ngwira to put the Ngonde boys on the lead.
Nomads quickly came back into the game with Omega Mhone, Timothy Chitedze and Mike Kaziputa combining well to give a spirited performance. Happy Msowoya in Karonga goal posts was in top form denying the Nomads many would be goals.
However, their resilience was broken in the 38th minute when Jacob Ngwira scored a spectacular goal.
Just five minutes after the equalizer Wanderers introduced Mapopa Kaunda for Victor Mpinganjira to add fire power up front.
Nomads scored a second goal in the 45th minute through Omega Mhone.
Come second half Karonga United were defensively hilarious, offensively impotent.
Omegadhino appered in the scoring picture again in 52 minutes before Innocent Dzimbiri scored the fourth gosal in the 57th .
The win means that Wanderers are now on zero since they were being deducted points for perpetrating violence at Balaka Stadium last year in their last season’s TNM Super league encounter against Silver Strikers.
A delighted Wanderers stand-in coach Kannock Munde said the blue are now to winning ways and the rhythm will be maintained
“I actually told my boys to produce more goals in the second half after spotting that our colleagues were tired. I am very happy that we have won and we will soldier on in our next game,” said Munde.
Munde also hailed Omega describing him as a good player.
“There is great potential in Omega, We will nature him into a very useful player.”
Karonga coach Kondwani Mwalweni blamed the referee for favouring the Blantyre based giants.
“We played well but the referee was favouring Wanderers. The three goals which Wanderers scored were not supposed to be allowed,” said Mwalweni
In another encounter in Nchalo, Blue Eagles displaced Big Bullets on the summit table following their 2-1 victory against Chikwawa United.
The Cops are on the top slot on goal difference.
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