Chicken In lost 2-1 to former Dynamos and Warriors coach Callisto Pasuwa’s Malawian side Nyasa Bullets on Saturday.
The match, which was the fourth in the Nyasa Four Team Bonanza, the tournament was played at the Kamuzu Stadium.
Speaking after the match, the Gamecocks coach Joey Antipas said:
At times it’s important to lose this kind of matches. We started well in the first half but we lost our rhythm in the second stanza. It’s a mistake that we made at a time we are still working on our combinations.
On his party, Nyasa Bullets coach Callisto Pasuwa had this to say:
After two games that we have played, we have learnt a lot. Chicken Inn showed us how your opponents can be quick on the breaks and on changing the tempo of the game. However, we will not read much into the result.