Wanderers through to Airtel semis: Pictorial

MightyBe Forward Wanderers 3-1 goal aggregate secured them an Airtel Top 8 Cup semi-final after ousting a well-organized Azam Tigers on Saturday at Kalulu Stadium in Nchalo.

Part of the action between Tigers and Wanderers
Wanderers coach Yasmin Osman issuing instructions to his player
Tigers coach Kulemeka giving instruction to his player
Wanderers players celebrate victory
Too close to dance: Wanderers supporters celebrate
Airtel Top 8 Kalulu Stadium
Wanderers fans on cloud 9

The first leg in Balaka ended 2-0 in favour of the Nomads, before a 1-1 draw in the second match on Saturday in Nchalo.

Wanderers are still on course to live up to their reputation of winning almost every cup in its inaugural year.

The Nomads were first to kiss the back of Tigers net through Lucky Malata’s header before Peter Kansonga’s equalizer in the second half.

“Our approach was okay after the first leg but the moment we scored we did not finish off our counterparts and we gave them room to come back into the game,” he said.

Tigers coach Patrick Kulemeka said he was disappointed they could get through.

“Its disappointing that we are out,” he said.

Nyasa Times  Senior Photojournalist Jeromy Kadewere was in Nchalo to capture action. Here is the pictorial focus of the match.

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