Be Forward Wanderers displayed a spirited performance to thrash Mafco 3-0 at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe Sunday.
Wanderers are the only team yet to concede in four TNM Super League games.
The Nomads are on second place with 12 points from four games, at par with leaders Red Lions. Goals from Lucky Malata, Joseph Kamwendo and Yamikani Chester were enough to secure maximum points for the Nomads, who also won 1-0 at Dwangwa on Saturday.
Malata grabbed the opener after seven minutes into the game when he headed in a Kamwendo corner kick.
Kamwendo netted the second after the individual brilliance of Chester.
Chester outclassed Mafco defenders with his pace before sending a cross to Kamwendo, who showed composure to slot the ball into the net, beating Mafco goalkeeper Frank Kasiyamo.
Mafco hit the post through Tony Mbulu. The two teams went for recess with the Nomads leading 2-0.
After break, Wanderers continued their dominance and grabbed the third goal through Chester who was a thorn in Mafco’s flesh.
Mafco Coach, Temwa Msuku, admitted that they were outplayed by the Nomads.
“Wanderers were the better team throughout the game. It was not our day. We made some mistakes which gifted them some goals,” Msuku said.
Wanderers Coach, Yasin Osman, was on cloud nine after jumping seven steps up on the log table.
“We should not get carried away with the results because there is a long way to go. But we played with a purpose and we deserved the victory,” Osman said.
At Dedza Stadium, Nyasa Big Bullets drew 0-0 against rookies Masters Security FC yesterday. The People’s Team lost 1-0 to Blue Eagles at Nankhaka Ground in Lilongwe on Saturday.
Bullets, who have 11 points from seven games, returned to Blantyre with a point whereas Silver came from Mzuzu with four points after a 0-0 draw with Moyale Barracks on Sunday. Silver defeated Chitipa United 2-0 on Saturday to take their tally to nine points from seven games.
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