There were chaotic scenes at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday as Nyasa Big Bullets fans were protesting what they say was a poor officiation by referee Andy Kuseli in their league encounter against Azam Tigers.
They also were seen attacking a journalist from Angaliba TV who was taking still and motion pictures when the chaos was starting at the end of the 0-0 affair between the two sides.
They then were heard making claims that Tigers Technical Director Robin Alfandika had bribed Kuseli.
They pelted stones at vehicles behind the stadium in protest and involved in rows with the police.
HERE ARE SOME IMAGE FROM THE MATCH AND SOME VIOLENT SCENES.
God be on our side: Tigers players spare a few moments for a prayer at halftime.
Part of the action on a hot Kamuzu Stadium pitch.
What a save! Bullets goalie Chimwemwe Kumkwawa produces a stunning save.
Ignore the hot weather: Fans had to forget it was hot and crowd the stands.
Whose ball is it? Players let the ball zoom into the pitch unattended to.
My own stand: A Bullets fan could not resist but climb one of the stadium’s barriers and watch from a distance.
In pains: Tiger’s main man Yamikani Chester lies in agony after getting a knock.
Nyasa Big Bullets players protesting before the referee.
Take a listen boys: Bullets and Tigers coaches offer tactics to their players from the touchline.