Red Lions on Sunday drew against the defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets.
The game ended three all draw.
Red lions they have not tasted defeat in four games, managed two wins and two draws enabling them to maintain top spot in the third week of the TNM Super League.
That is a story of Red Lions FC, the league leaders with a point above Civil Service United at seven points.
Having led the second week, the Lions had a daunting task against Nyasa Big Bullets in Blantyre on Sunday to retain their top spot after being dislodged by Civo the previous day.
The Zomba-based soldiers mesmerised fans when they came from behind to go past Bullets’ score on a waterlogged Kamuzu Stadium pitch, thanks to Hassan Kajoke’s brace and Gomezgani Chirwa’s strike the two teams shared spoils.
Kajoke scored first before the match was temporarily stopped due to heavy rains.
Out of nowhere, Red Lions’ Royal Bokosi roared in the stadium to score a second hat trick of the 2020 season.
Bullets were forced into getting a point from the red affair, thus frustrated from taking claiming the top place.
The People’s team now lie fifth on the log table with five points from four games.
This is their second draw and have won and lost a match respectively.