Wanderers inch closer to Malawi title with 3-1 win against Mzuni FC

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers inched closer to the promised land when they clobbered Mzuni 3-1 in an emotional match played before a big crowd at Civo Stadium on Sunday, December 8, 2017.

Wanderers goal
Wanderers looked every inch champions in taking a significant step towards the TNM Super League title on Sunday with victory against Mzuni FC
The Nomads took the lead on 17 minutes- courtesy of a Yamikani Chester connection of a Joseph Kamwendo cross.
The league leaders suffered a huge scare towards the break when Mzuni leveled through Zelliat Nkhoma after Wanderers had failed to deal with a free kick by Lazarus ‘Deco’ Nyemera.
The goal rejuvated the students as well as the ganyu faithful, who cheered on the visitors up to the break.
Captain Joseph Kamwendo restored the Nomads’ lead shortly after resumption as he converted a spot kick, which Fifa referee Duncan Lengani awarded following a foul by a Mzuni defender on Essau Kanyenda.
Substitute Peter Wadabwa, who had replaced Jafali Chande upon resumption dealt the ganyu faithful a body blow in the 65th minute as he rose high to plant home a corner kick by Joseph Kamwendo.
It was all over for the students and mission accomplished for the Nomads, who now need only three points from their remaining two fixtures against Masters Security and Red Lions to wrap up the TNM Super League title.
Team Manager Steve Madeira saluted his boys for a brave show.
“We had to win this game at all cost. There was a lot of talk and a lost of interest on this game from other quarters and we wanted to silence them all,” said Madeira.
Mzuni coach Alex Ngwira said his charges lost morale and concentration after conceding what he termed a ‘dubious’ penalty.
“The game was okey but our boys lost morale and concentration after conceding a dubious penalty,” said Ngwira.
With the victory, Wanderers have now hit 65 points from 28 games, four clear of this closest pursuers Nyasa Big Bullets, who have 61 points from the same number of games.
Mzuni are on 10th position with 34 points from 28 games.
Playing a stone throw away from Civo, Silver Strikers shuttered Mafco’s dreams of a top four finish after edging the Soccer Instructors through a Victor Limbani lone strike.

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pathfinder
pathfinder
4 years ago

Congratulations neba. league mwatenga baasi palibenso kunenera mwina. Ndasiya kudzilimbitsa mtima. Bullets lest start making serious preparations for next season. Lets face it, master security and red lions siilimba pamanoma. well done nomads, you deserve it. you fought so hard with an intent to win the league and you have just done that. kaamwani wamkaka.

MBWFC
MBWFC
4 years ago

bola tikanatenga ya pa table ija kusiyana ndikuumbudzidwa chonchi kkkkkkkk, Manoma ulendo wa ku paradizo

JOSEPH CHAGOMELANA
4 years ago

KODI ASULOM MULI NDI MAU? TAKUTHIBULANI PAMODZI NDI KACHINGAMBWE FC WANUYO, MANYAZI BWAAAA? IFE NDI NYELELE MAFANA MAFANA MUKUCHEPA!!!!

dinky
dinky
4 years ago

ana amwano aphedwa kudererera akulu shaa chigoli choyamba cha sulom chachiwiri cha bullets chachtatu cha noma

Michail Gobachov
Michail Gobachov
4 years ago

Neba akuti bwanji? wakhala ukuti ukubwera pambuyo, nde mpakana lero?

Lupwito
Lupwito
4 years ago

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wakikiki
4 years ago
Reply to  Lupwito

kkkkkk neba wamva nyunyunyu, neba vamva wawisa , neba wamva fwefwefwe, neba mutu sukugwira

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