Chitipa United drew 1-1 with Masters Security in the Super League at Mzuzu Stadium on Saturday.
Masters Security scored the first goal of the game just after 4 minutes through Marion Chefu.
The Central Region based side managed to defend their lead up to half time.
In the second half, both teams played well but failed to use the chances that they had.
But in the 90th minute, Chitipa found their equalizer through Alick Phiri.
Coach for Chitipa in an interview blamed Super League of Malawi (Sulom) and Football Association of Malawi for giving them four games in a week.
“We played four games in a period of seven days, you can see how difficult to the players. The players must be tired, this is not football,” he said.
On the result, Mwalweni said the point is good for his side.
“I believe that since in our next game we are going to use Karonga stadium we are now going to collect points since Chitipa to Karonga is the same as playing home,” said Mwalweni.
While Abasi Makawa who is coach for Masters Security said his players let him down.
“We cannot point fingers at anyone but our players let us down, they underrated Chitipa and that cost us a lot today, I cannot talk of officiation it was just good,” said Makawa.
Masters now have played 19 game with 20 points and are on position 14 while Chitipa are still at the bottom of the table having played 22 games and have collected 12 points.
Masters Security on Sunday will be hosted by Mzuni fc at the same Mzuzu stadium.