Azam Tigers on Sunday registered the highest score in the TNM Super League so far with a 7-1 demolition of Karonga United at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.
It was a miserable outing for Karonga who on Saturday suffered a 4-0 humiliation at the hands of Be Forward Wanderers.
In Sunday’s match, striker Bright Phiri was the toast for Tigers after scoring an inpressive five goals while Stan Pendame and Nickson Mwase scored a goal apiece. William Mwalwimba netted the facesaver for Karonga.
Tigers comfortably led 6-0 at half time and their coach Gerald Phiri was over the moon, saying: “It is the biggest win since I took up the coaching career and obviously I am very excited.”
The Kau-Kau Boys are seventh on the standings with 29 points from 19 games where as Karonga are second from the bottom in the 16-team league with 11 points from 18 games.
In a post-match interview, Karonga coach Konfwani Mwalweni said his charges played without a purpose.
“It was as if they had some grievances and there was no commitment what-so-ever. Anyway we will sit down with them to see if they have any concerns,” he said.
Mafco FC moved to second position after pipping Epac FC 1-0 at Chitowe in Dwangwa with the only goal coming from Tony Mbulu.
The Salima-based soldiers now have 34 points from 18 ngames just a point short of leaders Blue Eagles who were held to a goalless draw by Silver Strikers on Saturday.
Dedending champions Nyasa Big Bullets returned from their Northern Region foray with two points after being helf ro goalless draws by Moyale Barracks and Mzuni FC.
Nevertheless, they still occupy the third position with 33 points from 19 games.