TNM Super League leaders and defending champions, Nyasa Big Bullets have today massacred TN Stars 8-0; opening a 12-point gap on the league’s log table.
At the Kamuzu Stadium, Bullets scored 7 goals in the first half with one in the early minutes of the second half.
Anthony Mfune scored a hat-trick, Precious Sambani a brace while Ernest Petro, Blessings Mpokera, and Patrick Mwaungulu netted a goal each.
Bulles Coach Calisto Pasuwa has praised his charges for the convincing win but says they have no time to be complacent because they might end up collapsing.
Kenny Mtuwa, TN Stars’ Team Manager says conceding 8 goals showed that his players have a childish mindset with huge respect to Bullets.
Meanwhile, in Lilongwe, Silver Strikers has moved 4th on the log table following a 2-1 win over Red Lions on Sunday at the Bingu National Stadium.
Central Bankers Nickson Mwase scores first after 37 minutes in the first half.
Four minutes later, Red Lions’ James Mwetse got a red card for elbowing Chawanangwa Kaonga on the forehead. At the 59th minute, Kaonga doubled the lead for the Bankers.
But the Lions reduced the arrears on the 76th minute through Paul Kansungwi’s shot after Silver’s goalie, Charles Chisale made a mistake and let the ball in the net.
Banker’s assistant coach MacDonald Yobe says his team played well despite missing a lot of scoring opportunities; revealing they are rectifying such wastefulness.
And Red Lions’ mentor, Charles Kumanga says the red card weakened his side among others.
Elsewhere, Moyale Barracks has defeated Ekwendeni Hammers 2-1, while Civil Service United and Blue Eagles played a goalless draw in Kasungu.