Mighty Be-Forward Wanderers continue to sink in their performance this season after surrendering a lead to Moyale Barracks FC in a Monday encounter at Mzuzu stadium.
The nomads were winning the game 2-0 until they gave up a fight in the last minutes of the game to allow Moyale pocket a point.
Wanderers controlled most part of the first half and looked more of a threat especially from their twin strikers Peter Wadabwa and Luka Milanzi who pressurized and terrorize unsettled Moyale defense with pace and sprints.
In the second half, the Lions of Kaning’ina came with other ideas as they started playing with confidence however were unable to fire on target due to lack of a cutting edge.
Wadabwa eventually converted a penalty on 65th minute to make it 2-0.
However, Moyale’s Lloyd Njaliwa headed home in the 84th minute sending the home fans into wild jubilation’s piling more pressure on Nomads. Moyale won a penalty in the last minutes of the game which was converted by Kuda Muyaba to end the 2 all draw.
Nomads’s Steve Madeira accepted the results and said his players did not deserve a draw however it has happened again.
“We have seen it against the Red Lions and now Moyale showing that our players lose concentration towards the end of the game.This is a good team with young energetic and talented players and will try to amend the mentality of our squad at our training,” he said.
And Moyale mental Collins Nkuna was happy for his team’s spirit and registered a disappointing towards the referees who claimed they deserved more from them.
“We have learnt something from today’s match that early goals are crucial because we failed to come back in the game quickly due to conceding an early goal. Am happy for my players and I think we deserved more only that the referees were not on our side,” said Nkuna.
This was a second draw the nomads endured at Mzuzu stadium after another goalless draw on Sunday with Karonga United. Nomads are now position 10 with eight point.