It’s three out of three for Civil Sporting as Mzuni wins Mzuzu derby

Civil Sporting Club made it three out of three in the TNM Super League following a 2-nil victory over Dwangwa United on Saturday afternoon.

Dwangwa defender Hope Kaunda became the first player to score an own goal in the new season following pressure from the opposition.

Civil: Have beaten Dwangwa (file photo)

The victory was finally sealed in the second half when Isaac Msiska continued his top form with a fantastic goal to take his tally to three goals this season.

The result means Civil Sporting have won all their three games and are now top of the standings with 9 points.

In another match, Mzuni FC continued their dominance over Moyale Barracks with a 1-nil victory to move into the third position with five points from four games.

Lackson Sangano made sure that the three points were in the bag as he capitalized on a defensive error from the Soldiers to beat MacDonald Harawa in goals for the military side.

Though Moyale Barracks pushed hard for an equalizer, financially troubled Mzuni FC stood firm to collect maximum points.

The action will continue on Sunday with pick of the action being the Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Tigers match at Kamuzu Stadium.

At Nankhaka Stadium, Blue Eagles will be looking forward to winning their third game when they host Mlatho Mponela while TN Stars will host Dwangwa United at Kasungu Stadium.