Wins for Mafco,KB as Red Lions and Eagle lose: Malawi TNM Super League

Mafco FC on Saturday added misery on Red Lions after beating the already struggling Zomba based soldiers 1-0 in a game played at the Chitowe Stadium in Dwangwa, Nkhotakota.

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Hassan ‘Anganga’ Chapola scored the all important goal that have moved Mafco to fourth position dislodging Civil Sporting Club.

The appearance of the log table might change again on Sunday if Moyale who on Saturday demolished Blantyre United 4-1 can overvome Nyasa Big Bullets at the Chilomoni Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Mafco now have 34 points accumulated from 22 games while Civil have dropped to sixth with 33 points.

With Saturdays win, Moyale now seats on position five with 34 points from 20 games.

Mafco FC Coach Temwa Msuku expressed delightment with the win in an interview with reporters after their game against brothers in arms Red Lions.

“I am happy that we have managed to collect three points ontop of our brothers. It wasn’t easy at all and I thank my boys for their fighting spirit throughout the entire game” said Msuku.

He therefore said they will continue working hard so that they keep on squeezing themselves to the top of the log table.

His opposite number Mike Kumanga admitted things are getting out of hand and that pressure is mounting on his team.

“I feel bad that we are failing to get a winning formula despite playing good football. We are playing good football but I wonder why we can’t score goals, this is disheartening” said Kumanga.

He however refused to throw in the towel.

“We will keep on fighting and make sure we push ourselves into the top eight, being relegated for a team like ours which has been in the league for so many years is unacceptable” he added.

At the Civo Stadium, defending champions Kamuzu Barracks produced a a five star perfomance as they cruised past Blue Eagles.

They beat the Area 30 Police Cops 3-1 courtesy of goals from Mudde Jefrey, Sammy Chiponda and Kelvin Hanganda while the Eagles scored
their consolation goal through Mphatso Philemon.

Blue Eagles coach Audloy Makonyola said injuries of some of his key players affected their game plan while Billy Phambala Coach for the winning team expressed delightment with the outcome.

K.B have moved two places up to position eight with the win and they now have 28 points from 21 games.

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