- As Blue Eagles Beat Silver Strikers To Face Nyasa Big Bullets In Round Of 16………
Mighty BeForward Wanderers FC on Wednesday started new lease of life under new head coach Eddington Ngónamo when they qualified for the Presidential Cup quarterfinals by beating Zomba-based soldiers Red Lions 4-3.
In an encounter played at Kamuzu Stadium, Nomads deserved to win the affair despite conceding silly goals that almost costed them the game, considering their poor performance in the TNM Super League which resulted in jack Chamangwana losing his job as head coach.
Chamangwana has since been reverted to a position of club’s technical director.
Nomads won the game through goals scored by Isaac Kaliati, Peter Wadabwa, Rafiq Mussa and Jabulani Linje.
Wanderers cruised into the last 16 of K60 million Presidential Cup after beating Songani Veterans 7-0 at Kamuzu Stadium.
Dwangwa United have become the first team to reach quarterfinals of the Presidential Cup after beating Rumphi Pirates 4-2 on Tuesday. The match was played on Tuesday at Chitowe stadium in central district of Nkhotakota.
In other results of games played on Wednesday, Epac FC beat Dululu 3-0, Mafco FC beat Azam Tigers 4-1. Peter Mponda’s Wizards have been booted out 1-2 by Max Bullets FC, Kabwafu 1 Mchengabutuwa 1 (4-3 on Penalties ).
Silver Strikers have been eliminated in the third round playoffs by Blue Eagles in a game that ended in penalties. Eagles won the penalties 2-4.
Now Blue Eagles will face Nyasa Big Bullets in round of 16 game to be played on Wednesday 25th May, 2016 on a venue to be communicated.