Tigers beat Civo, as Nomads prey on Rangers: Malawi TNM Super League

Diverson Chilemba and Yamikani Chester’s goals were enough to give Azam Tigers victory in the TNM Super League against Civo United on Sunday at Kamuzu Stadium.

Airborne Rangers walks to lower League...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Airborne Rangers walks to lower League…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Frustrated coach Stereo Gondwe...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Frustrated coach Stereo Gondwe…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Good day in office for Gerald Phiri...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Good day in office for Gerald Phiri…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
A prayer by Azam Tigers team manager Robin Alufandika...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
A prayer by Azam Tigers team manager Robin Alufandika…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Another bad day in office for Oscar Kaunda....Photo Jeromy Kadewere.
Another bad day in office for Oscar Kaunda….Photo Jeromy Kadewere.
Nomads prey on Rangers
Nomads prey on Rangers

The Civil Servants reduced the arrears through Thoko Harrison in a rainy encounter played in front of a sizable crowd.

Civo United danger man Nelson Kangunje had an open chance in the first half when he controlled the ball on his chest eight yards out but took another touch instead of shooting and the chance was gone.

Chester later led a  Tigers  counter-attack but could only drag his effort wide from just outside the area,

Tigers were at it again in the 24th minute when Peter Kansonga  did produce an acrobatic save at the far post following an Yamikani Chester’s well curved cross, but the shot was cleared off the goal line by Civo United goalkeeper.

On the other side, the capital city giants used all their tricks to find an equalizer but their finishing left a lot to be desired.

Despite their defence, well marshalled by John Lanjesi and Emmanuel Zoya, Civo United were too weak on the middle of the park, where Tigers enjoyed ball possession.

Civo United coach Oscar Kaunda said: “It was a missed opportunity because we dominated the second half and had the better chances.

“We need to be happy in the way we played and disappointed with the way we lost the game. In general the performance was very good.

“Yes, we and our supporters will feel very bad, when you play with an aim of winning, but this is football.”

Azam Tigers coach Gerald Phiri: “Overall we responded well mentally and physically to the challenge we faced and it was a convincing performance.”

In another encounter in Chitowe, Mighty Be Forward Wanderers came from behind to beat Airborne Rangers 3-2.

The Nomads scored their goals through Patrick Gunde, Ibrahim Sadick and Alfred Manyozo jnr, while the relegated side rediced the arrears courtesy of Smith Kadawati and Joseph Donsa.

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Raphael Naphimbo
Raphael Naphimbo
5 years ago

Nyelele nde acha ifeyo

Professor kukada
Professor kukada
5 years ago

Ndye Noma imeneo

anibo
anibo
5 years ago

NOMA go go no sweet sharing

dan
dan
5 years ago

more fire nyerere.

Allan mkwanda
Allan mkwanda
5 years ago

Yes Nyerere keep the fire on

Mjomba Yusuf Jonas
Mjomba Yusuf Jonas
5 years ago

Mpaka sujud?

Koma alufandika ndi dheel of the moment !

The Most Concerned
The Most Concerned
5 years ago

Ndiye NOMA yanga imeneyo!

Winikolo
5 years ago

Congrats NOMA, NYERERE BEFORWARD ! Go go go Noma go ! finish th Red army this coming thursday ! u are our proud.

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