LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)— Crowd pullers Nyasa Big Bullets made a miserable start in the Airtel top 8 when they conceded a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Lliongwe City giants Silver Strikers at Bingu National Stadium on Saturday.
Bullets were a marvel to watch throughout the game missed a lot of scoring opportunities and their striking force was just blunt, a clear message that talisman Chiukepo Msowoya who is now plying his trade in South Africa left a big gap.
Despite playing second fiddle to Bullets, the Bankers scored in the 87th minute through Victor Limbani who successfully took a rebound after Mike Fodya’s well taken free kick hit the upright post.
The win has given Silver and advantage ahead of second leg which will take place in Blantyre.
In another match, Moyale Barracks beat Mafco 2-0 in all-soldiers affair. The goals came from Dan Katunga and Boyboy Chima.
On Sunday Mighty Be Forward Wanderers will take on Azam Tigers at Balaka Stadium as Blue Eagles will be fighting for supremacy in Lilongwe with the 2016 TNM Super League Champions Kamuzu Barracks.