Tnm Super League

Tigers snatches a lead from Bwandilo Boys

Mighty Waka Waka Tigers Monday leave it late to snatch a lead as they settle for 2-2 draw against TNM Super League Leaders, Silver Strikers at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

Tigers were trailing n 1-2 until 90+8 minutes when they leveled the scores to 2-2 through Chimwemwe Ibrahim to make the leaders drop vital two points on the road for the second time and the first time was against Premier Bet Dedza Dynamos 1-1.

Silver’s custodian, George Chikooka known for his perfect foo work and brilliant saves could not save his team when he failed to thwart a thunderbolt released by Ibrahim to concede second goal of the match.

Chikooka, has let seven goals past him now

Chikooka has now let seven goals past him and Silver’s defensive record has been put to test just 24 hours and they were named as having best defence of the season so far.

The Kau Kau Boys could not afford to lose a third consecutive game and they had to use all the tactics in their books under the mentorship of former, Silver Striker Reserve side, Leo Mpulula to get a valuable point.

Despite suffering a painful draw way, the Bwandilo Boys are still on top with 26 points from 10 games, are being followed by Kamuzu Barracks with 19 points and still seven points clear.

Silver Strikers’ Emmanuel Muyira (left) tussles with Tigers’ Sukran Afick during the game. Picture Curtsey of Silver Media

It looks like Tigers had a field day at the Mecca stadium as they enjoyed support from Ganyu fans from both Blantyre power houses and have move to position 10 on the log with 12 points from 10 games.

Silver top scorers with four goals, Binwell Katinji was rushed off to the hospital after he got injured.

League Anchors, Baka City surprisingly stood firm to hold Kamuzu Barracks to 0-0 draw at Karonga Stadium to enable them increase their points tally to four but without a win.

Kamuzu Barracks have dislodged Mighty Mukuru Wanderers on the second position after only staying there for 24 hours following their 3-0 thumping of Civil Service United.  

Baka City, Chitipa United and Bangwe All City are still entangled in the relegation zone in week 10 of the season which could lead them into a battle zone for relegation if not checked 

Baka has four points, Chitipa United has five points while Bangwe has 7 and close to the drop zone are FOMO with 11 points.

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