Silver pip Bullets, date Wanderers in Fisd Cup finals

Bullets kocked out of Fisd Cup by Silver Strikers

Silver Strikers on Sunday 9th December 2018 set up a Fisd Challenge
Cup final clash against Mighty Be Forward Wanderers after edging Nyasa
Big Bullets 2-0 in an exciting semi-final clash played at the Bingu
National Stadium (BNS) in the Capital Lilongwe.

From the word go, Silver showed that they are in for serious business
as they launched quick attacks forcing Bullets to concede two corner
kicks in the opening five minutes.

The Central Bankers scored a goal in each half through Michael Tette
and Khuda Muyawa.

Tette scored the opening goal in the 11th minute after Bullets defence
went to bed.

The other goal was scored from the penalty spot in the 78th minute.

Few minutes later Silver Strikers goalkeeper Brighton Munthali came to
the rescue of Silver twice, keeping out a Bright Munthali’s shot and a
Chiukepo Msowoya’s header.

Munthali was at it again when he tipped over a Pilirani Zonda shot
from a distance.

In the second half, Bullets looked a rejuvenated side failed but
failed to do enough to unlock the Central Bankers defence which
comprised of Mark Fodya on the left, Hebert Wayekha, Yunus Sheriff and
Trevor Kalema.

Bullets expatriate coach Calisto Pasuwa made few changes but yielded nothing.

He brought in Fischer Kondowe and Henry Kabichi replacing Macpharen
Mgwira and Nelson Kangunje.

The Bankers also made changes to secure their lead.

2-0 it ended in favour of Silver.

This means that the Bankers will face Mighty Be Forward Wanderers in
the finals to be played at an official venue and date to be announced
by the main organisers Football Association of Malawi (FAM) in
consultation with the sponsors Foundation For Irrigation and
Sustainable Development (FISD) Company Limited.

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steve
1 year ago

bankers for life

Abale anu
Abale anu
1 year ago

When Yasin and Elijah lost in the cup, they were fired immediately. Pasuwa has cost us the CAF and now this…..Malawi

victor
victor
1 year ago

Bad Luck BB just go to the drawing board and work for the remaining Super League games so that we must have something to smile.It is one point needed but don’t relax football is unpredictable sometimes .Good luck for Super League

Kalulu Wadwala
Kalulu Wadwala
1 year ago

Neba nanga ndichaniso?

Galandi Masitila
Galandi Masitila
1 year ago

Bullets fans don’t worry much coz this coming weekend were are lifting TNM Super League title. We just need a point to set an impossible task for Wanderers to win and score 13 goals and concede none in their remaining two matches.

matela
matela
1 year ago

neb osadanda ndi mabankers nyerere zizakokera kuuna ndalama zonse.chimene uchite ndikuchemerera mbale wako noma basi

Chilungamo kuwawa
1 year ago

Chilungamo kuwawa

Chilungamo kuwawa
1 year ago

Mabanker mmmmm ma finals aCAF amenewo

Namanya powungawunga
Namanya powungawunga
1 year ago

Neba usadandaule tikumenyerani nkhondo ife manoma anawa tiwathizimula two zero Peter wadabwa chake chimodzi Josephy kamwendo Chimodzi koma chongofunika Neba uzapanga support .

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