Week 11 of the TNM Super League produced some upsets that have had an impact in the battle f the 2013 championship.
Defending champions Silver Strikers were shocked 1-0 by Blue Eagles at Silver Stadium piling more pressure on the bankers technical panel.
Phillip Masiye’s lone goal from a free kick was enough to hand the bankers yet another defeat at home.
The midfielder curved in a free kick in 30th minute beating clean national team goalkeeper Charles Swini.
Masiye was deservedly named man of the match marking his return to national team which left for Rwanda on Sunday.
The results leave the bankers wondering whether they can hit form again following a spate of losses.
The bankers have collected just three points, dropped 12 after winning just against Mafco and losing to Mighty Wanderers, Red Lions and Evirom and now Blue Eagles in the last five games.
In Blantyre, Bullets also suffered the same fate losing to visiting Epac United 1-0 at Kamuzu Stadium.
It was Epac’s first ever victory over Bullets FC in both Super League and all competitions.
Ishmael Mr Epac Thindwa hit the painful goal in the second half of the game.
Bullets supporters waited in vain for the equalizer that never came as Epac defending well and even threatening to add another goal.
After the game coach Abbas Makwa said they were delighted to have beaten Bullets for the first time.
Bullets coach Eddington Ng’onamo said he was betrayed by his senior players who did not tick.
He hinted that in the next match he would go for up and coming players that are willing to die for the team.
“We did not play well. We were not our usual self. We lost the game because of these reasons. The players did not help us,” he said.