Wanderers beat Max Bullets in friendly

A Rafiq Mussa’s header in the second half was enough for Mighty Be Forward Wanderers to beat Max Bullets in a friendly match on Sunday at Kamuzu Stadium.

Felix Zulu posseses the ball...Photo By Be Forward Wanderers
Felix Zulu posseses the ball…Photo By Be Forward Wanderers
Jidy Mbandambanda
Jidy Mbandambanda
Max Bullets coach Leo Mpulula giving instructions
Max Bullets coach Leo Mpulula giving instructions
Jimmy Zakazaka getting instructions from coach Jack Chamangwana
Jimmy Zakazaka getting instructions from coach Jack Chamangwana
Genki Nakamura's first game at Kamuzu Stadium...Photo By Be Forward Wanderers.
Genki Nakamura’s first game at Kamuzu Stadium…Photo By Be Forward Wanderers.
Jabulani Linje on the run with the ball...Photo By Be Forward Wanderers
Jabulani Linje on the run with the ball…Photo By Be Forward Wanderers

Max Bullets gave the Nomads tough time as they dominated the first 20 minutes, especially on the midfield where Jidy Mbandambanda was a marvel to watch.

After 20 minutes the tempo of the game changed as Wanderers through Peter Wadabwa and Jabulani Linje terrorised Max defence but most of their shots went wide.

On several occasions, Wadabwa managed to sneak through Max defenders but one on one with the goalkeeper lacked composure.

On the other side, Max Bullets strikers were too wasteful inside the box as most of their clear chances went wide or over the bar.

Come second half, the introduction of Rafiq Mussa for Rafiq Namwera changed the game completely as Wanderers were coming wave after wave.

The Nomads also introduced Jimmy Zakazaka, Luka Milanzi and Genki Nakamura for Wongani Kaipa, Peter Wadabwa and Jabulani Linje.

Mussa was the man to watch in this half as he mesmerized spectators with his dribbles and passes.

Towards the end of the game, Nakamura was brought down on the edge of the box before the Nomads were awarded a free kick.

Composed Mike Kaziputa with a well curved free kick found Mussa who headed in the ball inside Max net to send Wanderers fans in jubilation.

The goal forced the Nomads to accelerate their gear as they pushed for the second goal but time was not on their side as the referee Boniface Chapinga ended the match.

On Saturday, the Nomads also won 1-0 in another friendly match against Cobbe Barracks at Zomba Community ground.

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siso
siso
4 years ago

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Cash Gate
4 years ago

koma ka blue kaja kamafunikabe

BOKHO
BOKHO
4 years ago

Number 4 ukunama tu iwe Nyerere ndi deal. Jersey yokongola ngati yimeyi wawona bwanji nebor mmene tikukunthila mafriendlys neigbor samala kwambiri ka tnm uko tingakulande ukapusa.

ANT JO
4 years ago

Jersey ndiyokongola abale i wish tizi user that color. Beautifull jersey guyz.

Victim of misery
4 years ago

Guys tayamba kuvala jersey imeneyi? Anyway no problem zinthu zikusintha

Generation of vipers
Generation of vipers
4 years ago

Kodi ndi PP wanderers ?????

Desire Nyasa
Desire Nyasa
4 years ago

Neba ukagulensotu ma player ku chilumba. Pajaiwe player akangogolesa chigoli ku training chosatila ndikumugula basi kkkkkkk what about Nakamura the mechanic is he adefender or goalkeeper ?????

crispin Gracious Fodya
crispin Gracious Fodya
4 years ago

Kkkkkk!!!!!!!kodi Nakamura ndi wampira?? Kapena mechanic wa Japanise used Cars idont see him scoring !!!!!neba wabesatu iweee

SAMSON WA NYELERE GANG'A CHINANGWA
SAMSON WA NYELERE GANG'A CHINANGWA
4 years ago

Nyelere ndi nyelere basi chaka chokolora ndi cino kuli NYEE!!!!!…….!…………KULI NYE!!!!!…..LERE KU….>NOMA

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