Super Sunday ends in draws for Bullets and Wanderers
An intense Super Sunday in the TNM Super League ended in draws for top flight teams, Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers.
The two, neck on neck at the summit were locked in matches that could change the tide of the title leader and tip the outcome over all.
Nyasa Big Bullets Head Coach, Eliah Kananji has blamed his charges for failing to capitalise on Super Sunday match against Silver Stickers to collect maximum three points.
Bullets came from a goal down to equalize through Nelson Kangunje.
This forced Silver Strikers to share a point each in the 1 all draw.
The People’s team continues to pile up enormous pressure on the current TNM Super League leaders and Arch Rivals, Be Forward Wanderers trailing them by 1 point.
Wanderers have 59 points from 27 games while Bullets are on second position with 58 points from the same number of games.
Kananji admits they had several chances but could not convert.
“We were playing contrary to our plan. We also missed a number of clear opportunities which could’ve been converted into goals”.
Kananji has since rallied up his boys to fight for the title till the end.
Silver Strikers maintains third position with 52 points from a total 27 games.
In the other game played on the same Super Sunday, summit leaders Wanderers were also held draw against Civil Sporting in Balaka.
Wanderers Captain Francis Mulimbika said this is not the time to panic urging fans that they vow to show championship material.