After a 4-0 humiliating defeat they suffered at Moyale, Azam Tigers vented their anger on Mzuni FC on Sunday by beating them 2-1 to have three points from the north tour.
The Kau-Kau boys had to overcome an early scare when the students led through a Robson Nyoni penalty in the first half before Bright Munthali equalized towards the end of the first 45 minutes and struck winning goal in the second half.
Tigers are now on position five on the league table with 20 points from 12 games.
Red Lions of Zomba who have eight of their key players on ban have moved from seventh to fourth position after collecting four points away in the central region.
The Zomba-based soldiers drew 3-3 against MAFCO at Chitowe Stadium on Saturday before earning a 3-2 victory over struggling EPAC FC on Sundat at Civo Stadium.
In Sunday’s match, EPAC took the lead through Dalitso Mwase’s but Lions leveled before recess through Malumbo Mkandawire.
Mkandawire was again in scoring records from the spot in the second half before Mphatso Ngwira made it 3-1.
Epac reduced the arrears from another spot kick which was converted by Gerald Mkungula.
The 15-team TNM Super League first round nears the end with Red Lions and Silver Strikers remaining with a game each, having played 13 matches.
Six teams have played 12 matches and these include league leaders Big Bullets, Be Forward Wanderers, Blue Eagles, Azam Tigers, MAFCO, and Airborne Rangers.
Moyale Barracks, EPAC, Dedza Young Soccer and Mzuni FC have played 11 games each while Kamuzu Barracks and Civo United have fulfilled 10 fixtures each, with bottom placed Fisd Wizards playing 9 matches as their games were put on hold because 17 of their players were sitting for the MSCE examinations.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :