Nomads send strong warning to Bullets

Mighty Wanderers.

Nomads Japanese midfielder Genki Nakamura races with a Max player.

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have today sent a strong warning to Nyasa Big Bullets ahead of next week’s Chifundo Cup after beating Max Bullets 1-0 at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Rafique Mussa scored the only goal of the match in the dying minutes of the second half to set Wanderers ready for next weekend’s Chifundo Cup which will be played on 9th of April, 2016.

Jabulani Linje and Peter Wadabwa came closer on several occasions but they all lacked the scoring composure in front of the Max Bullets goal in the first half until the last whistle of the first half.

In the opening minutes of the second half on loan Mighty Wanderers strikers Precious Msosa put Max Bullets ahead but his goal was disallowed by the referee for an offside . Mighty wanderers mentor introduced Mussa, Jimmy Zakazaka into the Nomads squad as he was looking for the Nomads goal. Both Wanderers and Max Bullets played entertaining football in the second half as they were all looking for an opening goal of the match but they all failed to find the back of the net.

As the game was looking to be settling for a draw, the nomads found a freekick outside the box after Genki Nakamula was fouled and Patrick Gunde stepped up for the challenge. Gunde fired his shot inside the Bullets 18 yard box and it met the strong head of Mussa who headed it in to make it 1-0 in favour of the Nomads and the game ended 1 nil.

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