It might have all started unexpectedly for Nyasa Big Bullets FC this season, but the team seems to have regained its composure that made it won the TNM Super League title last season.
Bullets on Saturday continued their rising pace when they beat Mzuni FC at Kamuzu stadium to create a six-point gap with their rivals Mighty BeFoward Wanderers FC who are facing Karonga United at Mzuzu Stadium this afternoon.
Bullets scored a goal in each half as they handed high flying Mzuni F.C their second defeat since the league kicked off five weeks ago.
The peoples team opened the scoring towards the last three minutes of the first half with Bashir Maunde heading in a Mcfallen Ngwira’s free kick. Henry Magetsi Kabichi scored the second to help Bullets wrap up maximum points.
Bullets Team Manager Rahim Ishmael said was convinced with the final score.
“We deserve to collect maximum points because we were the best team on the day. Mzuni is not a bad team as they proved in their first four games. On top of that, they were above us on the log table as we were heading to this game,” said Ishmael.
And Mzuni F.C Team Manager Vyson Jegweda admitted his side was below Bullets on the day.
He said their focus now was on their next fixture against Azam Tigers on Sunday at the same venue.
In other league fixtures on Saturday, Epac FC lost to Civo United 1-0 while Mafco beat fellow soldiers Red Lions by a goal to none.
TNM Super League Fixtures
Sunday 22nd May, 2016
Karonga United versus Be Forward Wanderers @ Mzuzu Stadium 14:30hrs
Silver Strikers versus Blue Eagles @ Silver Stadium 14:30hrs
Azam Tigers versus Mzuni F.C @ Kamuzu Stadium 14:30hrs
Dwangwa United versus Red Lions @ Chitowe Stadium 14:30hrs
Wizards F.C versus Max Bullets @ Kalulu Stadium 14:30hrs
Monday 23rd May, 2016
Moyale versus Be Forward Wanderers @ Mzuzu Stadium 14:30hrs