Peter Wadabwa scored twice as Be Forward Wanderers extended their unbeaten run in two weeks in the TNM Super League on Sunday at Kamuzu Stadium.
The Nomads hit man opened the scoring when he scored on a spot kick after Jabulani Linje was brought down in the box.
Tigers almost equalised when Bright Munthali deflected shot landed on top of Vales Kamzere ‘s goal.
Wanderers dominated the game, with Wadabwa’s hard shot completing the last goal to secure 38 points for the Nomads,who are still on number 6 on the log table.
The Nomads showed determination to win the game from the first whistle,as they kept Tigers on a tight rope,especially on the midfield where Joseph Kamwendo and Alfred Manyozo gelled well.
The combination of Peter Wadabwa and Jabulani Linje was also a marvel to watch.
Linje,who used to warm on the bench during Eddngton Ngonamo’s era as Nomads coach staked his claim for a bigger role with the standout performance in a much-changed Wanderers.
Tigers,who gave Nyasa Big Bullets headache in their previous match failed to stand the Nomads heat,which was too hot to handle in all the areas.
In goals,Vales Kamzere did a commendable job to keep some dangerous shot away,while in defence Bongani Kaipa and Louis Minjale are formed a concrete wall which was difficult to be penetrated.
Tigers, who most of the times bank its hopes on Yamikani Chester lacked the killer power upfront where Bright Munthali was totaly outmarked by Minjale.