A photo of the Malawian midfielder Yamikani Chester of folding his shorts and pulling it up so badly during a game between Flames and Mauritius has gone viral on social media.
Yamikani Chester who came in from the bench in 67th minute replacing Micium was seen folding his pants leaving the label hanging outside.
Some football fans were quoted saying as a footballer he is supposed to look neat in the field of play not as he did. They called his actions as “embarassing” to the football world.
On Tuesday the Flames locked horns with Mauritius a game which they shared the spoils. Flames striking force through Jabulani Linje, Bokosi and Micium Mhone failed to utilise the chances they created during the 90 minutes of the game.
Throughout the game Flames created better chances than their rivals Mauritius but the blunt striking force made the game to finish at 0-0.
The Malawi national team has a slim chance of qualifying from their group as they have only collected 1 point from two games they have played so far. Tanzania who were playing Angola in another group A match are holding the first position with four points followed by Angola with four points.
Malawi and Mauritius are lying on position three and four respectively after collecting a point a piece.
Flames’ last game will be against Angola on Thursday and mathematically the Flames should beat Angola with almost 2 or 3 goals to nill and pray that Tanzania should draw or beat Mauritius to qualify from their group.