After returning with one point from the Southern Region last weekend, Mzuni on Sunday collected three points over Lilongwe based Masters Security in a Tnm Super League encounter played at Mzuzu Stadium.
Chisomo Giliyoni scored in the 9th minute and Brave Phiri Mzuni doubled the students’ lead in the 66th minute before Vincent Nyangulu for Masters pulled one back in the 75th minute. The game ended 2-1 in favour of Mzuni.
The win has moved Mzuni to position 8 with 30 points after 21 games.
Mzuni coach Alex Ngwira was happy with the win saying his side has improved in the second round of the league compared to the first round when they lost many games.
Masters Security Abasi Makawa whose side are on position 14 with 20 points from 20 games said despite getting a point from two games in the North, they will survive relegation.
Makawa also accused the referee of biased officiation saying the referee was being told what to do by Mzuni coaches.
“Am just disappointed with the so called referees. I don’t know whether it’s true that these are qualified referees, how come they are receiving instructions from the coach? I have never seen this elsewhere,” said Makawa.
Mzuni coach Ngwira however dismissed Makawa’s claims.