Malawi Wins COSAFA Women’s Championship for the First Time
Malawi has emerged victorious in the COSAFA Women’s Championship for the first time in their history, defeating Zambia in an intense final match.
Here is the summary of the match:
34’ GOAL: Asimenye Simwaka opens the scoring for Malawi after a defensive lapse by Zambia.
45’ GOAL: Sabinah Thom doubles Malawi’s lead.
45’: VAR disallows Sabinah Thom’s goal for Malawi due to a foul by Temwa Chawinga on Lushomo Mweemba during the build-up. The score remains 0-1.
HALF-TIME: Malawi leads 1-0.
84’ GOAL: Substitute Agness Phiri scores for Zambia from the spot, leveling the match after Ireen Khumalo handled Fridah Kabwe’s shot.
90’ GOAL: Sabinah Thom finds the net for Malawi, putting them back in the lead. Seven minutes of added time.
FULL-TIME: Zambia 1-2 Malawi. Agness Phiri (P) 84’ | Asimenye Simwaka 34’ Sabinah Thom 90’.
With this victory, Malawi has secured their first-ever COSAFA Women’s Championship title, marking a historic achievement for their national women’s team.
Congratulations to Malawi on their remarkable accomplishment!