Silver at it again, blow lead to draw with Civo: Malawi TNM Super League

Barely a week after squandering a 2-1 lead against Big Bullets in added time, Silver Strikers FC were at it against on Sunday, September 21, 2014 when they let their bitter city rivals Civo United snatch a vital point from under their nose as the two teams met in a TNM Super League derby at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.

Frank Banda tackles a Civo player, Pic Alex Mwazalumo
Frank Banda tackles a Civo player, Pic Alex Mwazalumo
Blessings Kamiza stops a dangerous ball, Pic Alex Mwazalumo
Blessings Kamiza stops a dangerous ball, Pic Alex Mwazalumo
Bankers celebrate their goal, Pic Alex Mwazalumo (2)
Bankers celebrate their goal, Pic Alex Mwazalumo 
Referee Duncan Lengani books Blessings Tembo, Pix Alex Mwazalumo
Referee Duncan Lengani books Blessings Tembo, Pix Alex Mwazalumo
Civo fans on cloud 9 after the equaliser, Pic Alex Mwazalumo
Civo fans on cloud 9 after the equaliser, Pic Alex Mwazalumo

Despite being outplayed by their hosts in open play, the Bankers seemed to have bagged the full points- courtesy of Blessings Tembo’s 12th minute strike from a goal scramble but it was never to be as Civo rescued a point with their last kick of the game.

Winger Thoko Harrison, who was deservedly named man-of-the-match hit the bankers where it pains most after heading in an equalizer deep into injury time.

The goal originated from a long throw in by defender Emmanuel Zoya, which was first flicked by Jabulani Linje before being driven into the net by the exciting Harrison.

It was all celebrations in Civo’s camp after the goal as the home fans sang: Ayilira ayilira, Ayilira ayilira.

“We were supposed to wrap up the game with a second goal but we ended up losing concentration at the very end. It was the same scenario in Blantyre last week and we need to do something about this when we go back to training,” said Silver coach Stain Chirwa.

Civo’s assistant coach Beggie Mwagomba felt his team was supposed to carry the maximum points but said he was not disappointed with the point.

“We played better than Silver and were supposed to win this game but we still accept the point. For a long period, we have been having problems containing Silver and today we wanted to put that to an end,” said Mwagomba.

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frazer
frazer
6 years ago

AKANATANI MA BANKER PA CIVO INU WOPANDA NYERERE KUWAIKA KUUNA

Zambiata
Zambiata
6 years ago

Honestly CIVO was the better team yesterday, beautiful football display, talented lads. Silver had the overrated Chawanangwa Kaonga at least displaying some skills here and there. Koma lucky Malata nde koma lenileni player opanga skill ngati ameneyu sindinamuonenso

Isaac Lyton AKA Drogba is back.
Isaac Lyton AKA Drogba is back.
6 years ago

Do not be suprised,we are still celebrating being champions of the Standard bank cup.Inu mukulalatanu musayiwale mbili yathu yaposachedwapa.Muziwona!

Meja
Meja
6 years ago

Stupid mentality typical of Chewa’s who are the majority of Silver fans!!

Adamson
Adamson
6 years ago

Silver season ino iwalani zokhala ma champions a Tnm super league.

Nyasa Times
Nyasa Times
6 years ago

Nice report Nyasa Times thats why we love you and other websites just copy you. you lead anand others follow indeed. Keep informing Malawians without fear or favour

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