Mighty Wanderers continued their domination over TNM Super League defending champions Silvers Strikers after beating the bankers 1-0 in bubbly league game on Saturday.
The Nomads’ lone goal came from winger Mike Kaziputa who scored just seven minutes into the first half.
It was a sad day for the Bankers who were looking forward to a bashful return to their stadium after completing a six-month ban from their home Silver Stadium.
The Bankers tried to come back into the game but it was never to happen.
Their half chances from Blessings Tembo and Asedi Ayami were not good enough to beat Nomads goalkeeper Bester Phiri.
Even their last season top goal scorer Rodrick Gonani did not have any impact after he came in as a substitute in the second half.
And much talked about Chawanangwa Kaonga also failed to shine in the encounter the Nomads benefited a lot from discipline in all departments.
Silver Strikers assistant coach Hellings Mwakasungula said he was sad to have lost the game at home.
“But I can’t blame the players. They did their best. We played well but may be it just wasn’t our day,” he said.
Stuart Mbolembole on the other hand, was in celebration mood after chalking a third consecutive wins over highly rated opponents.
The victory came after Wanderers stopped unbeaten run for Red Lions and Tigers FC.
Mighty Wanderers have now moved to position three from six with 20 points from 10 games.
Silver Strikers remain eighth with 13 points from 10 games
In another match yesterday, Mafco FC held Bullets FC to a goalless draw in a close encounter at the Kamuzu Stadium.
Following yesterday’s results, Mighty Wanderers have now moved to position three from six with 20 points from 10 games.
Silver Strikers remain eighth with 13 points from 10 games.