Tnm Super League

Chinsinsi, the provider for Mponda

Super Substitute, Chinsinsi Maonga’s 90th minute strike was the provider for league leaders, Silver Striker to hand in first historic defeat of the season to TNM Super League defending champions, FCB Nyasa Big Bullets 0-1 beating at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday.

Is this a clear statement of intent to win the league title after 10 years of absence owing to the fact that Silver Strikers have managed to collect six from for the two Blantyre giants this season.

Ugly scenes took the centre stage after Silver had scored where Bullets supporters resorted to throwing missiles to the pitch.

The match was briefly stopped to allow fans to calm down, but this was not possible until referee, Gift Chiko had to end the match after consultations.

The last time Bullets fans were involved in throwing missiles into the pitch was in 2018 when their team was beaten in the finals of the Airtel Top 8 at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe and was banned from participating in the 2019 tournament.

Tense moments of the game

The Central Bankers had to wait for 11 years to defeat Bullets at Kamuzu Stadium and they have used Bullets’ former Assistant Coach, Peter Mponda to break the losing streak.

They last won a league game against Bullets 1-2 in 2013 and it was the same year won the league.

Bullets have recorded the first defeat of the season at home, now they are stuck with 14 points from nine games and have dropped to position five from four.

Silver have posted their second away win after they had collected maximum points when they beat Baka City 2-0 in Karonga.

They have eight wins and a draw making them 25 points seven clear of the second placed, Kamuzu Barracks with 18 points and are 11 points ahead of the defending champions.

Mighty Mukuru Wanderers resurrected from the dead to push in a 3-1 won of Premier Bet Dedza Dynamos at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

Interim Coach, Meke Mwase was off to a good start after the team had suffered two consecutive defeats away from home under the tutelage of form coach, Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan and the defeats made he to step down.

Second half substitute for Wanderers, Isaac Kaliati turned to be to king pin for the starved Wanderers supporters when he scored a brace when the two teams were tied 1-1.

Wanderers are 15 points from nine games and are number four up from five with 10 points short of leaders, Silver Strikers.  

Premier Bet Dedza Dynamos has dropped to position nine with points from six with 11 points.

Creck Sporting were victorious on their travel when the beat Mafco 1-2 at Chitowe to collect maximum points and they are now position eight from nine with 11 points.

The win has come when the coaching panel was warned on the team’s performance by top management of the club.

FOMO handed second defeat to Mzuzu City Hammers after 2-1 beating to collect full points making them to move to position 11 from 13 with 10 points.

The Hammers have recorded their third loss and have dropped to position three from two with 16 points.

Bangwe All Stars have registered their first win of the season after edging Chitipa United 3-0 win at Mpira stadium in Blantyre.

Bangwe’s James Tambwali receiving Man of the Match accolade following his stellar performance against Chitipa United

They have six points from nine games and they are on position 14 from 16 but still in relegation zone.

Moyale Barracks beat Mighty Waka Waka Tigers 1-0 at Mzuzu Stadium to maintain position seven with 14 points while Tigers have dropped to position 10 from eight with 11 points.

On Thursday, Kamuzu Barracks over run Karonga United with a 2-1 win at Civo Stadium to go second of the log.

On Friday, Civil Service United moved one step up to position six after beating Baka City 3-0 at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.

 With the defeat, Baka City are back to the bottom of the log table with three points.

The full results for week nine are as follows;

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