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Goal galore for the Bankers in FDH Bank Cup

Silver Strikers celebrate win and progress into the last 16 phase of FDH Bank Cup – Photo Credit: Silver Strikers Media

By Lovemore Khomo

Silver Strikers has progressed into the last 16 phase of FDH Bank Cup after beating Ntaja FC 5-0 on Thursday at Bingu National Stadium, in Lilongwe.

A brace for Adiel Kaduya, while Atusaye Nyondo, Stain Davie and Chimwemwe Idana shared a goal, sealed a win for the Super League giants.

Despite having their coach Pieter De Jongh given a yellow-card, the Central Bankers maintained possession of the ball.

The Silver coach, was given a yellow card after he over-crossed and invaded his counterpart touchline box in reaction to referee’s decision.

Speaking after the match, De Jongh admitted that the caution from match officials was valid but said it came because of their indecisive action on a foul-play, that wasn’t supposed to be given out to their opponent.

He then commended the introduction of new faces like Adiel Kaduya who showcased great skill and scoring brace.

He explained, “This is a clear win for us. And there is competition on selection of players now, others are coming up, as we need inclusiveness in selection of players.”

Chisomo Kamlanje, Ntaja FC coach cited inexperience of his players and new pitch as one of the major factors that contributed to the loss.

“This Stadia is too big, and silver strikers use this ground and they have experience with it. So, when we go back and play in our league will attain experience.” said Kamlanje.

However, Kamlanje conceeded defeat but said the team has learnt a lot from the match and will go home to revisit the drawing board.

In other FDH Bank Cup matches, Mighty Mukuru Wanderers beat Mpondas FC 2-0, while MAFCO won 4-2 against Ekwendeni Hard knockers.

These three super league teams now joins Extreme FC, FCB Nyasa Big Bullets, Moyale and Kamuzu Barracks into FDH Bank the last of 16.