Tigers maul Nomads as Bullets down Nchalo: Malawi TNM Super League

Azam Tigers on Labour Day, Monday climb to the summit of the TNM Super League when they mauled  Be Forward Wanderers with a 2-0 drubbing at Mulanje Park.

Tigers tame Nomads in Mulanje.-Photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times
Nomads silenced by Kau-Kau boys .-Photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times
Tigers are serious contenders for the title, at least for now.-photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times
Bullets beat Nchalo

The Kau Kau boys pulled a shocking defeat to the defending Champions, Wanderers in their fourth outing of the season.

Tigers are on top of the log table with 10 points from four games while Wanderers have drifted downwards to sixth.

The Kanjedza boys got their goals in the first half through Chikaiko Baison and Luke Chima.

The home team was marvelous to watch as they dominated possession.

Tigers domination was underlined five minutes into the game when  they displayed fantastic football and seeing Baison opening the score sheet.
The Nomads stand went quite again in the 24th minute that a sound of coin drop could even be heard when Luke Chima scored Tigers second goal.
Tigers were  full of energy but come second half,Wanderers came with other ideas.
The Nomads were on top of their game but they failed to secure a goal despite several attempts from Peter Wadabwa and Isaac Kaliati.
 This outcome will surely have crystallised Tigers vocal technical director Robin Alufandika thoughts on the matter;  Tigers are a much more complete and threatening proposition as they bask comfortably on the summit table with 10 points.

Kau-Kau Boys’  technical director said they were very prepared l to ensure  Nomads  not reach Mulanje Mountain’s Sapitwa Peak.

“This is a sweet victory.To win is always fantastic and to defeat the champions is much sweeter,” said Alufandika.

Wanderers team manager Stevie Madeira who had a stint with Kau-Kau Boys as team manager, conceded defeat.

“When you play against a team in the top six, the big details are up to you. Sometimes things go against you but that is football.
Madeira added: “We have had bad luck away from home – I’ll leave that to the pundits.”

Elsewhere,  Nyasa Big Bullets who are second, defeated returnees Nchalo United 2-1  at Kalulu Stadium in Chikwawa.

Nchalo, who are making a comeback in the Super League after almost a decade, are ninth with four points from four games.

During pre-season, Bullets came from behind to hold Nchalo 1-1 at the same venue.

Nchalo coach Charles Manda saidvhis charges gave the People’s Team a good run.

“It was a competitive match but we were unlucky to lose,” he said.

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5 years ago

Tigers muthokoze kuti ref wake si akulu aja anaimbira game yakulilongwe aja bcoz,ikanathera 0-0( draw )gameyi after kukukanirani zigori zonse ziwiri koma popeza anaimbira ndi wina ,there you are,Congrats!!! Proud of you!!!!

5 years ago

Azimenyedwa choncho anatibera zigoli ziwiri aswiswiri amenewa

5 years ago

That’s Football Manoma

5 years ago

Nyc 1 tigers, anthu amenewa anatibera kwambiri ku Lilongwe they have to be punished like this. big up MAULEEE!!!!!!

5 years ago

Big up tigers

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