The Malawi National Women’s Football Team arrived back home on Wednesday through Chileka Airport after kicking out Mozambique in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Qualifiers following their 3-0 win in Maputo on Tuesday and 14-1 on aggregate.
In the first match they demolished Mozambique 11-1 at the Kamuzu Stadium in Commercial capital Blantyre.
She-Flames Coach, Abel Mkandawire said he is happy that his subjects followed instructions and managed to win both games credibly.
“We have a very brilliant squad with depth. What we need now are early preparations for tie against Kenya,” Mkandawire said.
He added: “We would like to ask the authorities to ensure they arrange international friendly games to give the girls more international exposure.”
Striker Temwa Chawinga who is currently the top goal scorer in the African qualifiers with 6 goals says the team has what it takes to make it to the Olympics next year.
“As a striker, my job is to score as many goals as possible. Our team has very talented players and all of us are hard-working. Above all, we listen to our coaches and I believe that with God on our side, we will make it”, said Chawinga.
Malawi will meet Kenya in the next round with the first game at home on 26th August and the return leg away on 1st September 2019.