Big Bullets FC have registered a second win in their campaign of defending the TNM Super League Championship by beating rookies Surestream 3-1 in a match played at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on Sunday.
Bullets FC started the game on high note pressing Surestream from left and right as they were the first to reach on the ball with Fischer Kondowe, Dalitso Sailesi and Eneya Banda doing most of the destruction on the mid-field.
The combination of the three supported by Yamikani Fodya made Chiukepo Msoyoya, Jaffali Chande and Musa Manjenje upfront to tear Surestream defence apart proved too good as the goalkeeper stood his ground.
Although this was the case, Surestream FC managed to contain the pressure and the first half ended in a draw.
In the second half Surestream changed the style of playing by throwing long balls and firing from far as Bullets Defence proved too strong for the rookies.
The development did not yield any results as Bullets FC started coming wave after wave. No wonder Bullets got an early goal through Jaffali Chande.
As the People’s team was celebrating Surestream got a penalty which was saved by Owen Chaima but Peter Msowoya scored for the rookies from a rebound.
The goal heighten the temper of the game as Bullets players were on rampage in search for the second goal and the anger yield results few minutes later as Mussa Manyenje scored the second goal.
Chande came in with the third goal for the People’s team to pocket another three points.
After game, Bullets Coach Lloyd Nkhwazi commended his charges for playing according to his instructions.
On his part, SureStream Technical Director Peter Mponda said he was not disappointed with his charges, saying they are still getting to terms of the flagship league.
Bullets now have six points from two games.