Tizgobere Kumwenda said he was pleased when he grabbed a last gasp winner for Big Bullets as they clinched a vital away win on Sunday to Fomboni Club du Moheil at Stade De Moroni in the 2015 Caf Champions League preliminary round first-leg match.
Kumwenda had replaced Victor Limbani in the second half to snatch the valuable points in added time.
“I’m pleased that I scored a goal that made an impact and I’m delighted we won the game,” Kumwenda told Nyasa Times.
“I just want to play well and help the club. To me a win for Bullets is most important,” added the former Blantyre United star.
Bullets coach Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan said the in Comoros gives Bullets a psychological advantage ahead of the second leg this month end in Malawi.
Ramadhan said expressed confidence on Matindi FM that Bullets will “ hammer” Fomboni at home groud “by at least four goals.”
The overall winner of the preliminary round will date either Al Hilal of Sudan or KMKM of Tanzania.
Meanwhile, the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has released gate charges for the second leg CAF Champions League preliminary round between Big Bullets and Fomboni FC at Kamuzu Stadium on 28th February.
The gate charges will be as follows:
Open Stands: MK1, 000
MBC Stand: MK2, 500
Covered Stands: MK5, 000
VIP Stand: MK10, 000
Tickets for the match will be sold three days before the kickoff date.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :