Tue. Jul 23rd, 2019

Chiukepo Msowoya Inspires Bullets to Fourth straight Charity Shield Cup

By Erik Chiputula
Chiukepo Msowoya inspired Nyasa Big Bullets FC to a 1-0 win over arch-rivals Mighty Wanderers to win Eco-Bank Charity Shield Cup on Sunday in Blantyre.
In a highly competitive Blantyre derby, Wanderers were the first to threaten on Nyasa Big Bullets goal.
Babatunde Adepoju who scored a brace on Saturday was denied by an excellent save from Rabson Chienda earlier on.
Nyasa Big Bullets FC were in full value for their win with Chiukepo Msowoya and Patrick Phiri all going closer as the game was goalless in the first half.
In the second half Bullets started brightly as they were able to torment Wanderers Defence through Patrick Phiri and MacFarlane Mgwira, while Mike Mkwate dominated the Central Midfield.
Mike Mkwate in his form, there’s nobody from Wanderers team who managed to stop him.
The flames U23 Midfielder was quite early on, but grew in stature in the second half making his mark with an assist in Bullets’ goal
Nyasa Big Bullets produced a goal of the highst order on their way to a derby Victory over their Wanderers rivals.
The defending Champions strung together a brilliant 11 passes before Chiukepo Msowoya send a thundorous shot Past Richard Chipuwa.
This is the fourth time in a row for Nyasa Big Bullets to win Charity Shield Cup which. All money collected during the match will go straight to help people with Albinism who have been victims of abductions and Killing

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