Mzuni FC and Red Lions settled for a 2-2 draw on Saturday in a match played at the Zomba Community Centre Ground.
The visitors were the first to score through Hudson Milanzi before Red Lions equalised through Ndaona Limbani from the spot kick.
Peter Makwale then put the soldiers of Zomba ahead before Henry Misinjo equalized to settle the game at 2-2.
During the match, Mzuni FC who displayed classic football had their Head Coach Alex Ngwira and his assistanct sent off for ultering abusive words towards the referee.
They were accusing the referee on awarding Red Lions a dubious penalty after the visitors were leading 1-0.
After the match, Ngwira could not hide his diappointment towards the referee.
He accused Malawian referees of blocking the progress of football in the country.
“We are complaining about Malawian football but these middle men are the ones trying to block the progress of football in Malawi,” said Ngwira.
On the part of Red Lions, Assistant Coach Prichard Mwansa was satisfied with the draw although they wanted to collect maximum three points.
“Yes we have drawn against Mzuni this is not the result we wanted as we wanted to collect all the three points but thats what football is all about,” said Mwansa.
In another Super League fixture on Saturday, Silver Strikers returned to the top of the elite league after beating Dwangwa United 1-0.
Matthews Sibale scored the only goal of the match.
Silver Strikers now have 26 points from twelve games while Blue Eagles are on second with 25 points.
The Eagles stand a chance of reclaiming the top spot as they face Mafco FC on Sunday.
It promises to be a cracker as Mafco will also be looking for a win to overtake the Eagles inorder to occupy the second position.
As Eagles will be playing Mafco at Chitoe on Sunday, Wizards FC come face to face with Mighty Be Forward Wanderers at the Kamuzu Stadium.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :