Collen Nkhulambe is without doubt becoming one of the most feared strikers in the Tnm Super League as he has delivered nothing but some of his very best form since signing for Nyasa Big Bullets in August.
The People’s Team’s striker Nkhulambe’s impact in the early weeks of his Bullets career since joining from Mzuzu United has been hailed as fantastic by many Bullets followers.
The 23 year-old did not take long to settle at the 2015 Tnm Super League champions as he registered his name on the scoresheet in his second game for the club when he scored two goals against Kamuzu Barracks.
Nkhulambe has since scored more than five goals and has made a few assists in his last six appearances for Bullets in all competitions, which includes netting Nyasa Big Bullets’ equaliser in the 3-3 draw with Red Lions on Monday at Kamuzu stadium in the league.
The young striker’s recent form shows that he is enjoying football at Bullets and he is demonstrating that he is a good player as he was also featured for the club in their 1 nil victory against Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.
The star impressed in the derby as he added a goal threat for the club and combined well with Chiukepo and Kondwani Kumwenda who have different qualities to him.
Nkhulambe has also shown that he is a type of player that has a killer instinct and is someone who can threaten defenders, despite not being the biggest person in Malawi top flight league.
The striker has since hailed his teammates for helping him to quickly settle at the club.
“I feel loved at Nyasa Big Bullets since joining the team, this is so because older players like Chiukepo Msowoya and Yamikani Fodya are some of the players who are encouraging and motivating me to be working hard at the club,” Nkhulambe said in an interview.
Bullets trail Silver Strikers by just a point in the Tnm Premier League title race thanks to Nkhulambe’s recent form which, at this rate, will see him eclipse Chiukepo Msowoya as the clubs most effective forward.