Ntopwa FC drowned in a furnace of fire: Collect four behind their net

By Christopher Njeula:

The theatre of the encounter was the dreaded Kamuzu Stadium, the musketeers draw swords donning the colors of success hungry Wanderers and bruised Amaghetto boys, as they are fondly known by their soccer darlings.

The Amaghetto boys showed an early intent through Mitsinde who received an inviting cut from the right wing, all laid on by the enterprising Magaleta, to simply plant home at close range, with Chipuwa well beaten.

The feast was all but an eye-catching affair from both sides; all displaying some passing football to the delight of those who followed live on Mpira TV.

The Nomads were the hungrier of the two, punishing the youngsters in the 43rd minute through the experienced Peter Wadabwa, who nodded home from a corner kick, after an inviting wonder ball floated in by the turned man of the match, Vitumbiko Kumwenda, to level matters.

The come back was incomplete; Nigerian international, Babatunde Adepoju, showed some great prowess in front of goal, brilliantly slicing home from a cross from the right flank, orchestrated by Kumwenda, yet again.

The Nomads resumed from where they left business, troubling the Amaghettos at will in the final third, with some fine works from Kaliati, Sanudi, Tunde and Vitu.

Stanley Sanudi underlined his sentence, why he is a regular in Flames through a solitary effort.

Like a marauding Lion he sneaked past a number of Ntopwa defenders to create room for his ill￾will, firing a powerful shot that zoomed in the far corner, leaving Ntopwa FC goal minder, with a dejecting task of a collecting a ball, behind him.

Isaac ‘Tcheya’Kaliati summarized the encounter with a zooming touch that went past a forest of Ntopwa players who gave their goal keeper several blind spots.

The Nomads were four up.

The Amaghetto boys had a chance to reduce the deficit through a spot kick when their striker was brought down in the danger zone, but Magaleta gave the recalled Richard Chipuwa some
bragging rights.

He went the right way to deny Magaleta a reduction on the looming damage.

Vitumbiko Kumwenda man of the match, in a row, was simply a marvel to watch, highly competing with Sanudi on the accolade.

The Nomads meet Blue Eagles, as Ntopwa date Silver Strikers in their next encounter

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