The match started off with Nkwazi taking the lead in the 14th minute, thanks to a well-taken goal by Justin Shonga. Nkwazi had been struggling in the league and were in desperate need of points to avoid the relegation zone, so this early goal gave them a much-needed boost.
However, FC Muza responded quickly and managed to equalize in the 23rd minute. The goal came from a penalty kick, which was converted by their striker Andrew Phiri. With the scoreline level at 1-1, both teams continued to battle it out on the field.
The first half ended with the scoreline still level, and both teams went into the break with everything to play for in the second half. FC Muza started the second half brightly and managed to take the lead in the 66th minute, with Andrew Phiri scoring his second goal of the match.
Despite trailing by a goal, Nkwazi continued to fight and tried to get back into the match. However, FC Muza‘s defense held firm, and their attackers were able to create more opportunities on the counter-attack. Andrew Phiri completed his hat-trick in the 88th minute, taking his tally for the match to three goals.
In the dying minutes of the match, FC Muza added a fourth goal, scored by Chipo Sondashi, to seal a comfortable victory for the visitors. The final scoreline was 4-1 in favor of FC Muza.
This victory was a big boost for FC Muza, who are currently second in the middle . As for Nkwazi, they will need to regroup quickly and try to pick up points in their next matches if they are to avoid relegation from the league.