Nyasa Big Bullets assistant coach, Mabvuto Lungu, has attributed the strength and victories of team to unity.
Lungu spoke about togetherness after Bullets came from behind to defeat Silver Strikers who were leading through Matthew Sibale’s goal in 43 minutes in first half at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday.
However, Strikers Chiukepo Msowoya and Diverson Mlozi’s goals turned tables on Silvers in 58 and 78 minutes respectively.
“We ignore the rest of the happenings and focus on the game. The players and coaches speak the same language. We fight together. We struggle together, but we do not give up. That is the whole essence of our togetherness,” Lungu said.
The win 2-1 has sent Bullets four steps up the league to fifth place with 22 points from 12 games.