Mzuzu Warriors Football Club losing streak in the Tnm Super League continues following their latest loss to Savenda Chitipa United 2-1 today at Karonga stadium. Today’s loss, which is their third in a low takes the Warriors to bottom of the table with 8 points from 10 games. The visitors were the first to find back of the net at 8 minutes in the first half through Collen Nkhulambe, but referee ruled it out for an offside. The hosts, Chitipa United brought in Emmanuel Muyira for Bayo Fatayo after noticing that their frontline failed to deliver. The teams failed to score in the first 45 minutes. The hosts’ substitution in the first half proved plateful as the super substitute Emmanuel Muyira scored a brace in second half, no wonder he was voted as man of the match. Mzuzu Warriors pulled one back through George Chiomba at 89 minutes. Mzuzu Warriors are bottom of the table At the end of the 90 minutes, Chitipa United defeated Mzuzu Warriors 2-1 to the delight of Chitipa’s coach Christopher Nyambose which was his second victory since taking charge of the team. “Hard work is paramount in the team. The victory gives me morale booster because playing three games, winning two is not a joke because teams are struggling as others are looking for points. We will continue running the show so that we continue collecting more points in our assignments,” said Nyambose. Nyambose said his team is charged for another assignment on Sunday at the same venue with Mighty Tigers and he is optimistic that he will collect maximum points. From the losing side, Head Coach Gilbert Chirwa blamed the loss on poor officiation. Chirwa said they will go back to drawing table to work on shotfalls as they face Mafco at Mzuzu Stadium on Sunday. “We will work hard so that we come out from the relegation zone. We are playing against Mafco on Sunday. We have actually seen areas where we did not do well, will talk to the boys to improve in those areas so that we do better come Sunday,” said Chirwa. Chirwa also assured Mzuzu Warriors supporters not to lose hope the team will improve. With the results, Chitipa United has moved from bottom of the table to position 14 with 10 points from 12 games and will play 15 placed Mighty Tigers on Sunday at Karonga Stadium. Mzuzu Warriors which has now lost three consecutive games in the top flight league will play Mafco on Sunday at Mzuzu Stadium. Sharing is Caring!