Bullets Win TNM Super League : Blue Eagles Survives; Chitipa Relegated.

By McLloyd Kudzingo

Nyasa Big Bullets have claimed their third consecutive league championship and 15th super league title, with a game remaining.

The People’s team’s success was secured without even kicking a ball, after Mighty Wanderers fell to a 3-1 home defeat against Blue Eagles at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday.

Wanderers needed all the three points to remain in contention for the 2020/21 championship as Bullets had registered an important 0-3 away win over Kamuzu Barracks on Saturday

Gilbert Chirwa scored a brace and Chifuniro Mpinganjira scored Eagles’ third goal while Vincent Nyanguru scored Wanderers’ consolation.

In Karonga, Chitipa United were 2-1 winners against Red Lions but their victory could not save them from relegation following Blue Eagles’ win.

Chitipa scored through Emmanuel Muyira and Peter Mughogho who scored from the penalty sport while Royal Bokosi scored Red Lions’ consolation.

In another Super League match played on Sunday, goals from
Michael Tetteh and
Sammy Phiri were enough to give Ekwendeni Hammers victory over Mafco FC

Nyasa Big Bullets have accumulated 59 points with a game in hand while second placed Silver Strikers have 55 points.Wanderers remain third with 54 points.

The champions will finish the season with a game against Karonga United while Silver will host Ekwendeni Hammers.

Wanderers will host Moyale Barracks in their final match at Kamuzu Stadium.