Big Bullets on Sunday rescued a point from Kamuzu Barracks FC courtesy of Dalitso Silva composed finish late in the game played at Balaka Stadium for a 1-1 draw before a sizeable crowd.
The Bullets will be scratching their heads wondering how they did not manage to win and dislodged Mighty Wanderers on third position in the TNM Super League.
The Nomads have finished the first round of the league on third position with 26 points while the ‘People’s team’ are lying on the fourth place having accumulated 25 points.
In Sunday’s match, Kamuzu Barracks were first to score through former Mighty Wanderers striker Joel Chipofya before Silva scored the equaliser for a creditable point.
Bullets coach Eding’ton Ng’onamo praises his charged for “outstanding performance “, saying they deserved “a big credit” for earning a vital point.
“We did not play our usual game because of fatigue after yesterday’s game against Epac. But l must commend my boys for fighting until to the last whistle because a point has made us to finish on a better position,” said Ng’onamo.
KB coach Kenwood Nkhoma was disappointed for giving away their lead.
“We played well and dominated but a point was a fair result,” he told Nyasa Times.
At Kalulu Stadium, visiting Epac F.C came from behind to force Escom United to a 2-2 draw.
Escom were first to register on the score sheet through Kondwani Gawani before Ishmael Thindwa’s equalizer.
The Blantyre based side scored what could have been a winning goal through Manase Chiyesa but their defence was good to handle Pilirani Yasin, who netted the equalizer.
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