Defending champions Be Forward Wanderers have made it to the Carlsberg Cup quarter-finals after defeating Kamuzu Barracks 2-0 at Kamuzu Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
Few minutes into the first half, Jimmy Zakazaka scored that put his side on 1-0 lead up to the half time.
Kamuzu Barracks failed to settle the ball to their advantage as Nomads dominated in the pitch.
Towards the final whistle Peter Wadabwa headed in a ball that was rolling from a free kick and sealed it 2-0.
Wanderers Team Manager Steve Madeira said they deserve to be in the quaterfinals.
“We deserve to be in the next level occasion this competition. We fought against a strong Kamuzu Barracks side having beaten them again a week ago. Coming to this game within a space of 7 days was tricky but I thank our players and Coach for the job well done. This squad is pure class and we have more confidence going to the next game,” said Madeira.
The win means Wanderers will meet Prison United in the quaterfinals on Saturday at the Balaka stadium.