TIGERS Football Club, FC, invaded the central region over the weekend but managed to bring in Blantyre zero points in two games.
The club failed to scoop six points in TNM Super League to continue pilling pressure on leaders, Nyasa Big Bullets FC.
On Sunday, Tigers FC, popularly known as ‘Kau Kau’ boys went down to TN Stars, by only goal from China Chirwa at Kasungu Stadium.
That was after Civil Sporting Club, did the same damage at Civo stadium in Lilongwe on Saturday.
Technical Director for Tigers, Robin Alufandika, was confident of scoring six points before making the journey last week.
Blessings Tembo who has signed from Be Forward Wanderers scored the goal to dislodge Tigers on second position on the log table.
‘Kau Kau’ boys sit on third position, with 12 points from eight games.
In other matches, on Sunday, Dwanga United FC slapped Nchalo United FC 4-0 at Chitowe Stadium in Nkhotakota.
Former EPAC FC player, Fabio Kapinde banged a brace and Gracian Chinkhande scored once.
Nchalo’s Sugzo Nyambose scored an own goal .
On Saturday, Mafco registered a 2-1 defeat to Nchalo at the same venue.
Martin Masoatheka and Zikhole Nguluwe scored for Mafco while Davie Chadewa scored a consolation goal for the Chikhwawa side.
Nchalo drop to 15th position on the standings.
Red Lions were battered 2-1 by Blue Eagles FC on Sunday at their new base, Mangochi Stadium.
Eagles relied climb to 4th, thanks to goals from Captain Micium Mhone and Gilbert Chirwa. Matthews Simbeyi scored for the lower shire side.
Mzuni and Karonga United FC settled for a goalless draw at Mzuzu Stadium on the same Sunday.
Masters Security FC, who lost 2-1 at home to Silver Strikers FC on Saturday, dropped on the standings with a point having played six games.