Nomads through to Carlsberg Cup quarterfinals

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have reached the quarter finals of the 2018 Carlsberg cup trophy, after seeing off Dwangwa United on Tuesday afternoon at the soccer maker, Kamuzu stadium.

Wanderers won by 4-1, to join Nyasa Big Bullets, MAFCO FC, Masters Security, Red Lions, Hangover, Blue Eagles and Admarc Tigers in the quarter final stage.

Nomads striking force which was comprised of longtime hitman, Peter Wadabwa and Ziko Nkanda, caused panic to Dwangwa United defense right from the beginning of the match.

Ziko Nkanda took advantage of the tattered Dwangwa United defense to convert a pass from Peter Wadabwa in the 8th minute giving Wanderers a 1-0 lead until the end of the first half.

Nomads continued to shine in the second half when Peter Wadabwa’s header went past Dwangwa goalie, Charles Thom.

Precious Sambani scored a brace for the Nomads to seal the team’s 4-1 comfortable victory.

Dwangwa United’s consolation goal was scored by defender Ganizani James in the 74th minute.

In the quarter final match, Wanderers will meet Azam Tigers on Sunday, 22 September.

In other quarter final matches to be played on Saturday, 22 September, MAFCO FC will take on Masters Security at CIVO stadium while Red Lions faces Nyasa Big Bullets at Kamuzu stadium.

On Sunday, 23 September, Hangover will take on Blue Eagles.

Nyasa Big Bullets are the current defending champions of Carlsberg trophy after claiming it in 2017 following a 5-3 post-match penalties victory over Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.

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