Bullets beat Nomads to win Shield Cup

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Striker Muhammad Sulumba scored two minutes into the game to help Nyasa Big Bullets lift the Chifundo Shield Cup at Civo Stadium on Saturday.

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Bullets have beaten their rivals

Sulumba, who was at Mighty Be Forward Wanderers on loan last season but moved to Bullets on a free transfer, capitalised on a Kondwani Lufeyo error to give Bullets the lead.

Bullets striker Chiukepo Msowoya secured the win when he scored the last goal of the game just before recess as Bullets beat rivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers 2-0.

The People’s Team were on top from the first whistle but it was the error by Lufeyo that allowed Sulumba to find the back of the net on two minutes.

Mighty Wanderers could have levelled the scoring shortly after the Bullets goal but Patrick Gunde sliced his rebound just wide of Ernest Kakhobwe’s left hand post after the goalkeeper had denied Francis Mlimbika from scoring.

On the 20th minute of the match, Mighty Wanderers goalkeeper Nenani Jiwaya was called into action again when he saved Msowoya’s shot to deny the Bullets forward from scoring the second goal of the match.

Jimmy Zakazaka again came close to leveling the scores with 17 minutes remaining before the end of the first half, but he sliced the ball over the cross ball.

As the first half was going towards the end, Chiukepo Msowoya headed in Big Bullets’ second goal of the match after he was well set by Bashir Maunde on the 42nd minute of the match and the first half ended 2-0 in favour of Nyasa Big Bullets.

The game came to life again in the opening stages of the second period when Jack Chamangwana brought in Felix Zulu, Rafique Mussa, Peter Wadabwa, Luke Milanzi, and Olasunkanmi Opeyemi who completely changed the entire face of the match.

Wadabwa was later denied by Kakhobwe after the striker came inches away from scoring for the Nomads.

Wanderers nearly scored in the dying minutes of the second half after some fine interplay between Felix Zulu and Opeyemi, but Milanzi failed to tap in a nice cross from the Nigerian player Opeyemi.

The Nigerian could have again pulled one goal back for the Nomads with a powerful header but he was denied by Big Bullets defenders who cleared the ball on the line. The game ended 2-0 in favour of Big Bullets.

Speaking to the media after the match, Wanderers coach Jack Chamangwana said his team missed a lot of scoring chances and hailed the Nigerian striker Opeyemi who was making his first debut for the Nomads.

“He is a good player and Malawian players will learn a lot from him. He is coming from Nigerian second tier league and he has proved that he is a good player,” said Chamangwana.

Big Bullets coach Franco Ndawa also praised his players for playing according to his instructions.

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153 Comments

  1. koma neba ndi zaulere Mpaka kupindira ndevu mkamwa, ife timayeselapo ma player, ungoti phee usachuluse zokamba tionana mu League ndi ma cup Games.

  2. Kodi mastriker anoma kuphonya anachita kuchekera? Sulumba amati ophonya koma 1st chance kuwalanga achitepo kanthu, koma ngakhale masapota anoma samavomeleza Bullets ndi manthu wampira kuMalawi kuno 3 seasons now noma ikuvutika ndi BB tisoweranji umboni wina

  3. Why did we let Sulumba go as if we ddnt the money to have the player?U see new we r paying the price.Him and chiukepo upfront we r in big trouble.Let’s face it bullets have a beta squad compared to ours.

  4. guyz kupinda ziwaya kumatetsa mphavu osewera anoma training yawo ndikuongola magalimoto akugwa akujapani pamene nbb training yawo imakhalapa ground

  5. we are bullets we finish like that we are here to carry all cups n premier league for the third tym maulle viva maule moto kuti buuuuuuuuuuj

  6. We Can’t Make A Plan To Fail, But We Failed To Make A Plan So Sometimes Sh*t Happens! To Morow Is Another Day! #NOMA_FOR_REAL

  7. thank u bullets!!

    kaya zitatani kaya
    uli nd ma Rands,
    Kaya ma Dollars
    kaya ndege
    kaya nonse ndi ophunzira
    koma nkhani yokakha chikopa
    neighbor uli kutali 100yrs backwards
    zitsilu ma noma simutha Mpira

  8. Neba wako pakalipano angolila m’mene unavutila mpila uja nkumati gem inagulitsidwa kkkkkkhahahahaaa walila zona nebayoo

  9. Same old song,we played well but failed to finish.This disease is not new,it was bred in Noma and spread to national team.Ndiye mwakumbukira mtudzu mumakamba last week uja kuti you are sending a strong warning to bullets.Inu kuchinya Max bullets ,Nsanama youth in extra time nkumati NBB isamale,”Usawi chichi?”.Ndiye mwaonatu,ngati munalepherana ndi ngokwe united a local club 100km from machinga boma,nkumati ife koma bullets,ndiye ndi zimenezo mukhalira “tinasewera bwino koma vuto ndi kupotoka mapazi kwa mastriker athu” season yonse.Kalibu mamkaka!

    • It’s becoz of U the xenoes 2 much Jelous! You are capable of destroying our football!! Our players are very hard working but when they come you make sure that they should not be Given a chance instead they are alwayz on the bench! Jelous xenofobic south africans U alwayz hate foregners so don’t talk shit here

    • Lol we cnt play cow here in South Africa we want quality players Malawi dnt have such quality players we wnt players who add value not numbers in the team the only Malawian player who was adding value at Chiefs it was Patric Mabedi the rest are useless thy must go back to poor Malawi

  10. The problem is financial as u can see those team’s who take part in those compition there having more support remember the time when dr bakili muluzi was supporting bullets.

  11. Am de supporter for Nomadz
    Today i dont know what Chamangwana wants to do
    He has no aim.

    If he will continue with dis
    Am beging Bullets to put a pernaty
    Like of today childish coaching of today.
    Bullets woyeeee

  12. The peoples team. Bullets imakwapula simawona kuti ena ali ndi mu JAPANISE ayi. Imeneyo ndi strong warning kuti chaka chino supper league tikutenganso

  13. apa zankhala bwino, neba uziwina womwewo wapa social network tikafika pa ground tizikukwapula mosakuvera chisoni unya chaka chake ndichino tilinawe tight.

  14. Silenced !! Deflated, Bundled ! the works of NBB. We listened to your trash talk in interviews on different radio stations yet you knew you had an uphill task to climb the mountain. Maule omwewo kuti wawawa !!

  15. Palibe chodabwitsa apa coz ma-profeti onse analosera kale kut club ina ku Nasa, ilanga mwakupha m2016. Hehehehhahahahakkkkkk NGW’ENEMU!!!!!!!

  16. my question is why dont Malawian Clubs play continental competitions,like here in Zambia every year we have representatives in CAF champions league and cofederation cup.Whats wrong with Malawi my country?

  17. Thus good big up guies proud to be bullets fans, i wish I’ld in malawi and watched the game live but one day is one day I’ll be back

  18. Maganizo anga,

    Boma liganize mofatsa, NBB ikhale National team osatinso Club. Chifukwa zikatero tikhala ndi tsogolo ngati Dziko tiyamba kupezeka pa map kunkhani yododa chikopa.

    I hope zanveka!!

    Bullets woyeeee!!!!

  19. Chi team chaku Blantyre ichi asaaa iwe wanoma ulibe matha ndi manyazi omwe m’mene imaonekera bullets yi zoona unga make?

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