Wanderers win

LILONGWE (Malawi NewsNow)- Jaffalie Chande, of Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, has made history in the country’s football after becoming the first player to score at the state-of-the-art Bingu National Stadium in a competitive march against their old rivals Nyasa Big Bullets.

The two teams were meeting for the second time in the Bus Ipite Football fiesta, a tourney the two teams are competing for a bus courtesy of Luso Television. They first met on 26 December, 2016 in Blantyre where the Nomads won 3-0 and Chande scored a brace.

Meeting in Lilongwe, Chande set a record by scoring just two minutes into the game before he added another goal to make it difficult for Bullets to turn around the results.

Bullets got a consolation goal in the second half to make 5-1 on goal aggregate in favour of the Lali Lubani road boys.

The result means a successful 2016 for Wanderers as they have managed to grab three titles which include Carlsberg Cup and FISD Challenge Cup, while Bullets have only managed to grab Presidential Cup.

Bulletshas also failed to defend the country’s top league with a one point margin behind the champions Kamuzu Barracks.