Bullets Player in action BLANTYRE(MaraviPost)—Big Bullets title ambitions suffered a setback on Sunday as Manase Chiyesa scored in the 27th minute to help Kamuzu Barracks earn three points at Dedza Stadium.

Playing without Sankhani Nkandawire, Yamikani Fodya and Ian Chinyama, Bullets lacked composure in all departments, giving room for Kelvin Malikebu and Harvey Nkacha to maneuver.

Bullets, who have fifty points after beating Blue Eagles yesterday just needed a win in today’s game to be on safe side but the Capital city soldiers who looked more physical, denied them any chance to hit the back of the net.

The result has put the Palestinians at a close combat with the Kaning’ina soldiers who have whacked Silver Strikers with a goal to nil.

Speaking after the game, Bullets’ mentor Nsanzurimo Ramadhan accused KB fans of displaying unsporting behaviour.

“It’s sad that some Malawians are still living in the ancient world. They poured a lot of insults at me because I’m a foreigner. Is it a sin to be a foreigner? Go to England, Spain, you will find foreigners in football! Malawi is a dangerous place for foreigners!” said Ramadhan angrily.

Asked on what happened in the field for the Peoples team to lose the game, Ramadhan just said “it was not our day.”

Despite the loss, Bullets are still leading with 50 points after playing 23 games and they are remaining with five games. Out of 23 games, they have lost only two games.

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