The current TNM Super League top goal scorer Vincent Chinthenga is this afternoon expected to spearhead Bvumbwe Research's fight for revenge against Bullets FC at Kamuzu Stadium in the Presidential Cup quarterfinal. Chinthenga says he is under no pressure for today's game.
Bvumbwe lost to Bullets FC in Super League four weeks ago but Chinthenga says the rookies were taking the Presidential Cup game with ease.
"I am under not under pressure at all; every game is different from the other. May the best team carry the day," Chinthenga said. The lethal finisher has caused havoc in the league scoring nine goals.
He is one of the hottest contenders for the 2012/2013 golden boot award.
His secret? "Be in the box most of the times and have confidence with the ball. Lastly, its composure."
The former Mighty Wanderers striker has revived his career and believes this year is his to shine.
"My ambition is to become a professional and continue to score goals at the highest of the highest level," Chinthenga said.
However, Chinthenga has to brace his side for a tough fight as Bullets is expected to come with guns blazing following their victory over Silver Strikers last week.
Bullets coach Eddington Ng'onamo has warned Bvumbwe not to expect any mercy as the battle for the K10 million Presidential Cup grand prize money stiffens.
"We are coming with no intention of losing. We want this cup. Bvumbwe should not expect any mercy. We mean business," Ng'onamo promised to unleash his artillery led by 'talk of the town' striker Gabadino Mhango who sank Silver with his brace last Sunday.
Some of the coach's senior players that missed the game against Silver are also expected to return in this afternoon's encounter at Kamuzu Stadium.
But coach Bob Mpinganjira said though the game would be tough for Bvumbwe, his charges were ready for the fight.